Norway Attack: Far-Right Threats Light Up On Europe's Radars After Oslo Tragedy

07/26/2011 01:41 pm ET | Updated Sep 25, 2011
  • Thierry Portes Le Figaro/Worldcrunch

In its first report published last spring, the EU's Europol (European Police Office) identified the region's biggest terrorist threat as radical Islam. But the criminal intelligence agency also lists several attacks committed over the past few years by far-right activists.

In Hungary, three bomb attacks were foiled in 2009, after the murder of several Gypsies in 2008. In France, six people were arrested for activities linked to far-right extremism in Germany. The police also intervened in Great Britain, the Czech Republic and Germany. Elsewhere, police found "enemies lists," as well as explosives, propaganda material and computer data.

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