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Sweden’s Welcome Mat in Tatters

Photographer: David Ramos/Getty Images When it comes to wealth, health and hospitality, Sweden has few rivals. But the same qualities that make the country a beacon of hope for the world’s huddled masses are straining it at the seams. To see how close to the limit a record inflow of refugees is pushing Swedish generosity, visit Halmstad, a 14th century ...

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In Sweden There Has Never Been A Conviction For Hate Crimes Against White Swedes

Despite police receiving a number of complaints from individuals who have been attacked because they are native Swedish, it has been claimed there have been no convictions for so-called “hate crimes” against white Swedes at all. Ignorance of the law, even among the law enforcement community, has led to an erroneous impression that legislation surrounding hate crimes only defends those belonging ...

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Inside the sleepy Swedish town rocked by EIGHT sex attacks in three weeks by Muslims

The streets are deserted after dark in a sleepy Swedish town which is a now no-go zone for women after eight sex attacks in three weeks. Women have been warned by police not to walk alone at night after the once peaceful town of Östersund was shaken to its core by a string of vicious attacks on females and even ...

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Sweden: Sexual Assaults at Swimming Pools

Young male Muslim have turned Sweden’s public swimming pools into ordeals of rape and sexual assault. Swedish politicians seem convinced that some education on “equality” will change the ways of men, who, since childhood, have been taught that it is the responsibility of women not to arouse them — and therefore the woman’s fault if the man feels like raping her. ...

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Police defend warning for solo women in northern Sweden

Östersund in northern Sweden. Photo: Marcus Ericsson/TT Police defend warning for solo women in northern Sweden Police in Östersund in northern Sweden have warned women about being out on their own after dark, but the city’s mayor has trashed the idea. Officers in Östersund first advised women not to walk around on their own at night, during at press conference ...

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How Sweden has stopped its citizens discussing the refugee influx

Stockholm train station is where a ‘group of neo-Nazis attacked refugees’ Around the same time as woman, 22, was allegedly murdered by migrant  Despite reports no migrants have told police they were assaulted at station If exaggerated, it could have made Swedes less ready to voice their worries Stockholm railway station isn’t a nice place at nine on a winter evening. ...

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Only 1 in 3 refugees out of 1.2million are fleeing ISIS

‘Refugee’ total has reportedly doubled to 1.2million Associated Press SYRIANS fleeing civil war and IS accounted for less than a third of the 1.25 million asylum- seekers across the UK and Europe last year, shock figures show. First-time asylum claims in the EU more than doubled in 2015, with those filed in the UK hitting a ten-year high of 38,370, ...

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Sweden pledges aid to Greece for refugee care

Prime Minister Stefan Löfven speaking to the EU committee on Friday. Foto: Sören Andersson/TT Prime Minister Stefan Löfven said on Friday that Sweden will send emergency aid to Greece after tens of thousands of asylum seekers have become stranded in the country due to tighter border controls. The prime minister told the Swedish Parliament’s Committee on European Union Affairs that ...

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Sweden’s migration agency wants 28 billion extra kronor

The Swedish Migration Agency has asked the Nordic nation’s government to deepen its pockets to find a further 28 billion kronor ($3.25 billion) to help new arrivals. More money is needed to cover social and housing costs linked to the record number of asylum seekers taken in by Sweden last year, according to the country’s migration board, Migrationsverket. “Migrationsverket now ...

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Sweden set to keep border checks in place this spring

Sweden will not drop its temporary border controls in the near future, said Migration Minister Morgan Johansson at a Nordic ministers’ summit as Sweden extended the checks for another 30 days. Sweden received 163,000 asylum applications in 2015, however it has seen the number of migrant arrivals fall sharply since it introduced police border controls in November, followed by passenger ...

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