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Confusion over immigration and crime is roiling European politics

AS MAYOR of the small Swedish town of Haparanda, Peter Waara has had his share of problems with refugees and with crime. The first refugees arrived in September 2015 (“the middle of moose-hunting season,” Mr Waara recalls), when Haparanda, which sits on the Finnish border, was deluged by busloads of Syrians and Iraqis who thought Finland would welcome them. They ...

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Unique review investigates 112 men convicted of violence gang rape, Only 13 of them had two Swedish-born parents

Aftonbladet’s unique review of 112 boys and men convicted of violence gang rape reveals that the number of convictions has more than doubled in four years. By – Brünnhilde The rapists were usually young, and troubled. They were familiar with their victims. A large majority of them, specifically 82 of 112, were born in countries outside Europe. Gang rape violence is ...

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