RIGA - The growing ties with foreign Muslim organizations may increase radicalization risks in Latvia’s Muslim community, the Security Police says in its study for 2012, reports LETA. The terror threat level in Latvia did not change in 2012 and remained relatively low. There were no terrorist attacks or related crimes in Latvia last year. Several factors were identified as potential terror threat facilitators in the future.Last year, the Security Police gathered information about radicalization trends in Latvia’s Muslim community, but did not establish any factors facilita...
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