Metro UK: Brits warned of ‘heightened’ terror threat during Qatar World Cup


"Hans-Jakob Schindler, of New York-based think tank the Counter Extremism Project told that a large-scale attack is unlikely due to the coordinated security approach...
‘But as far as a big, headline-making attack goes, the risk is very low. There is just too much riding on it for the Qatari government and they have quite effective international cooperation systems to prevent this from happening.’"

November 20, 2022
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On November 29, 2020, an assailant detonated an explosives-filled military vehicle on an Afghan army base, killing at least 31 and wounding 24. 

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