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Raffaello Pantucci

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Raffaello Pantucci is director of international security studies at the Royal United Services Institute. He is the author of We Love Death as You Love Life: Britain’s Suburban Terrorists.

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Multiple bikes are crushed along a bike path in lower Manhattan in New York, October 31, 2017 Photo by Brendan McDermid/Reuters 
 Eight people — six of them from out of the country --…

Another terror attack: The blame game and immigration

Multiple bikes are crushed along a bike path in lower Manhattan in New York, October 31, 2017 Photo by Brendan McDermid/Reuters Eight people — six of them from out of the country --…

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Greater Manchester Police Constable Ian Hopkins gives an update on Monday's terror attack 
 In the aftermath of Monday's suicide bombing in Manchester, England, authorities believe…

The Manchester attack and the new European jihadist

Greater Manchester Police Constable Ian Hopkins gives an update on Monday's terror attack In the aftermath of Monday's suicide bombing in Manchester, England, authorities believe…

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Twenty-two people were killed and 60 injured last night by a suicide bomber at an Ariana Grande concert in the city of Manchester in northern England.

A terrorist attack in Manchester

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