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A few years ago the word “terrorism” generally meant a large-scale attack, similar to the 9/11 attacks in New York City and Washington, D.C., or the London Transport bombings in 2005.

The acts were generally carried out by members of radical organizations, aimed at achieving an ideological, religious or political goal. More recently, the nature of the attacks has changed, with “lone wolves” or small groups choosing softer targets such as movie theaters, night clubs or rock concerts to make a statement of some kind.

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