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Ep. 1: Why ISIS Poses Bigger Threat to Europe Than Al Qaida

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The terror attacks in Brussels and Paris have given US intelligence officials new insight into the tactics of the Islamic State — and underscored how its approach has veered away from al Qaida, its nominal parent organization. ISIS, it turns out, has become a more formidable adversary for the West because it has learned from what worked and didn't work for al Qaida.

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