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Austrian police work on November 3, 2020 at Morzinplatz, one of the areas of the multiple shootings that occured on the eve in the center of Vienna, Austria. - A huge manhunt was under way November 3, 2020 after gunmen opened fire at multiple locations across central Vienna, killing at least three people and wounding several more in what the Austrian Chancellor described as a "repulsive terror attack". One of the suspected killers, identified as an Islamic State group sympathiser, was shot dead by police who said they were searching for at least one more assailant still at large. (Photo by ALEX HALADA / AFP)
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Austria attack highlights Europe’s jihadist dilemma

The fallout from November's shootings in Vienna has shone a light on Europe's dilemma in dealing with jihadists, particularly the continent's struggles to deradicalise individuals
A policeman stands next to wreathes placed by government officials in homage to victims of a shooting in central Vienna, on November 3, 2020, a day after the attack. Photo: Joe Klamar / AFP
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Deadly attacks in Europe linked to jihadists, since 2015

A shooting rampage by an Islamic State supporter in Vienna that killed four people is the latest in a spate of such atrocities in Europe. A recap of the deadliest attacks since 2015.
File photo taken on January 7, 2015 shows hooded gunmen Cherif Kouachi and his brother Said Kouachi facing police officers near the offices of the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris. Photo: Anne Gelbard / AFP
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Mutating terror threat still looms over Europe

The terrorist threat against Europe has mutated in the last half-decade as jihadist groups have seen their Middle East sanctuaries eroded, but analysts say the West must remain braced for more attacks