At least seven of the weapons used or discovered after the Nov. 13 attacks in Paris have been identified as being produced by a factory located in central Serbia. Most were manufactured before Yugoslavia broke up in a civil war in the 1990s, and most are modified versions of the Soviet AK-47, sometimes known as the Kalashnikov.
Interior ministers met to discuss the measures in Brussels, and are pushing for the intelligence agency to be operational soon.
A European equivalent of the CIA could be founded to bring together 28 member states’ intelligence following the Paris attacks. Numerous failings have been identified since the massacres that killed 130 people a week ago today, driving calls from the European Commission for increased co-operation through a joint agency. The supposed