Recent terror attacks launched by 'lone wolves' - expert

Risk of strike in Rome like in any Western capital, expert says

(ANSA) - Rome, November 24 - Recent terror attacks are being carried out by "lone wolves" who are part of structured networks, and there is a risk of a strike in Rome like in all Western capitals, a security expert said on Tuesday.
    Sabrina Magris from peace and security institute Ecole Universitaire Internationale told a conference on Tuesday that the strategies for terror attacks were changing.
    "It is not teams that attack, but lone wolves within a structure," said Magris. "In Paris they used an old tactic, guerrilla warfare, mixed with martyrdom," she said.
    "The risk exists in Rome like in any Western capital," she added.