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Swedenstan: Sex crimes have tripled – in four years

The vulnerability of sexual offenses continues to increase significantly in Sweden. A cording to a Partial report of the National Security Survey, of the Crime Prevention Council that publish today. Every seventh young woman declared herself in 2016 had been subjected to sex offenses. Via: friatider.se The proportion in Sweden states that are exposed to what is called a violation of an individual is according ...

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Sweden: millions are paid to immigrant families who left the country

“We feel we have an obligation For our taxpayers to question the rules because they are taxpayers that can be distributed in a much better way to immigrant people who are actually living in Sweden.” That’s what Administrators in the insurance fund write in an internal report like freelance journalist Joakim Lamotte pay attention to Tuesday Via: samnytt.se  In short, the report ...

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Normal Week in Sweden

In Sweden, car-burnings are not major news anymore; they have become a part of daily life. Cars are torched in Swedish towns on a regular basis. Via: Fjordman Between January and September 2017, Sweden experienced 6000 car-burnings. That equals roughly 22 car fires per day. Schools and other buildings are sometimes targeted by arsonists as well. Meanwhile, a report claims that ...

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Sweden has 65,000 nuclear shelters, Now it wants more.

Scandinavia may not be right in the path of a future nuclear exchange between the United States and North Korea, but given the latest threats between the two countries, it’s not taking any chances. Via: Rick Noack Last month, Norway’s Nobel Peace Prize Committee handed a group dedicated to abolishing nuclear weapons its award. Now, the Swedish government is looking into ...

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Swedish radio station hijacked to play ISIS recruitment song

A Swedish radio station played an Isis propaganda tune after its frequency was hijacked by a pirate transmitter. Via: thelocal.se Malmö residents who tuned into popular radio station Mix Megapol at around 8.30am on Friday suddenly found themselves listening to Isis recruitment song ‘For the sake of Allah’. The song was played after the radio station’s local airwaves were hijacked by ...

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Sweden’s getting ready for the election-year information war

While the US debates to what extent Russia influenced its presidential election, a small country in northern Europe is already gearing up to fend off foreign interference in its next election. Via: Emma Löfgren  The debate about foreign interference in the US presidential election has dominated global news for the past year, including the recent release of a trove of social ...

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Sweden’s Älmhult municipality Want to raise tax for Swedes – so that more immigrants can stay

The municipality council in Älmhult Eva Ballovarre (S) wants to raise the tax so that the municipality can afford to take care of all “unaccompanied refugee children”. In that case, several millions may be invested in the so-called children Via: friatider.se When so-called single-born refugees reach 18, it is no longer the responsibility of the municipalities to take care of them. Instead, ...

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Sweden mulls introducing digital ‘anti-terror’ fences

Sweden plans to use digital ‘geo-fences’ in larger cities to protect against potential terror attacks. Infrastructure Minister Tomas Eneroth hopes to introduce the ‘geo-fences’ in urban areas next year and which use technology that can digitally stop large vehicles  or reduce their speed. Via: Lee Roden  In April, a stolen van was used to mow down pedestrians on a Stockholm street ...

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Stockholm’s metro art sparks row

The Swedish capital’s metro, or tunnelbana, has been described as the world’s longest gallery, with art permanently on display at 90 of the 100 stations along the 68-mile tunnel system. The decades-old permanent works grapple with issues from women’s rights to inclusivity and deforestation. Via: Elle Hunt But a provocative new exhibit has proved particularly controversial among commuters, sparking debate about the role of ...

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Sweden: criticism of the Migration Courts

The fact that asylum assessments are now taking place in court has not increased the security of the assessments – on the contrary. It shows new research: asylum seekers are silenced during oral talks, judges have difficulty reporting their credibility assessments and the Migration Board’s processor is sitting on double chairs.  Via: Jaqueline Balcer Bedanarian For more than ten years, the ...

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