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FBI warns Congress of potential terrorist threats to U.S.

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FBI Director Christopher Wray expressed concerns to U.S. lawmakers this week about the potential for terrorist attacks within the United States, drawing parallels to a recent deadly incident in Moscow. Wray highlighted the evolving nature of terrorist threats, noting the possibility of an attack similar to the ISIS-K assault on a Russian concert hall that resulted in significant casualties.

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In the wake of the attack in Moscow, which saw over 130 people killed, discussions in the U.S. have intensified around the security of national borders and the potential for terrorists to exploit these vulnerabilities. Senator Marco Rubio, R-Fla., pointed out the risks associated with trafficking networks that profit from moving people across borders, including potential ties to terrorist groups like ISIS.

The threat landscape, according to security experts, likely involves smaller-scale, localized acts of terror rather than large-scale events reminiscent of 9/11. Daniel Byman, a senior fellow at the Center for Strategic & International Studies, suggested that modern threats are more likely to be low-level and carried out by individuals with minimal training, focusing on shootings rather than bombings. This shift emphasizes the importance of vigilance and preparedness in confronting these diverse threats.



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