brussels - Europe must be assured that the attacks are not the last Friday in Paris. That said the director of the European police organization Europol, Rob Wainwright, Thursday in Brussels at a hearing in the European Parliament.
It is likely that terrorist Islamic State (IS) will commit more attacks, says Wainwright. He called the attacks in Paris " clearly a more threatening form of terrorism " than a single perpetrator, referring to previous attacks by people who are inspired by IS.
The police chief called the attacks in Paris a clear signal that IS his acts of terror international. " We are dealing with a very serious and determined terrorist organization is now active in European streets. This is the most serious terrorist threat that Europe has seen in a decade. "