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    Triacetone triperoxide, which was used in the Paris attacks in November, has become ISIS’s explosive of choice in Europe. Specialists in bomb detection explain why.

Triacetone triperoxide, which was used in the Paris attacks in November, has become ISIS’s explosive of choice in Europe. Specialists in bomb detection explain why. Credit: New York Times
Triacetone triperoxide, which was used in the Paris attacks in November, has become ISIS’s explosive of choice in Europe. Specialists in bomb detection explain why. Credit: New York Times

Recent terrorist attacks have been low-tech, and that’s a problem

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