One chart shows how much its costs terrorist groups like ISIS to carry out attacks in Europe
One year ago - By Business Insider
Europe has been rocked my numerous major terrorist atrocities in the last 18 months. Several coordinated attacks in Paris killed 130 people in November 2015, bombers killed 35 people in the Belgian capital in March, and in July, a terrorist killed 86 and injured more than 400 in Nice, France.
Like all activities, terror attacks require money to carry out, and according to Deutsche Bank economist Heike Mai, recent attacks have shared one characteristic: they have all been relatively inexpensive.
This was most notable in the Nice attack, when Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel deliberately drove a...
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