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Published on Dec 2, 2016
The European Union's law enforcement agency says terror networks such as Daesh are evolving their tactics to attack soft targets on the continent. In a report, Europol underlined that terrorists tend to copy the modus operandi used by terror groups in Middle Eastern countries. So, it said, they might use deadly car bombs and improvised explosive devices to hit their targets in Europe. According to the report, the group responsible for deadly attacks in Paris a year ago and in Brussels in March wanted to deploy such devices until police actions forced them to change their plans. Europol has also voiced concern that Libya could become a second springboard for Daesh after Syria to strike targets in Europe and North Africa.