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Russian Foreign Minister mocks Löfven’s ‘childish’ election interference fears

Sergey Lavrov has labelled Sweden’s Prime Minister “childish” for expressing fears over Russian influence in Sweden’s election next year. Via: thelocal.se In an interview with US magazine National Interest, Lavrov said there was “no proof” Russia was involved in the US elections or has interfered in Germany and France ahead of their respective elections this year.  He then said: “By the ...

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Swedish PM Löfven warns of fake news concerns ahead of 2018 election

There is no reason to believe the 2018 Swedish general election will be exempt from outside attempts to influence it through fake news stories, the country’s Prime Minister Stefan Löfven has written in an opinion piece.  Via: thelocal.se  In the article in newspaper Dagens Nyheter (DN), Löfven cites the 2016 US Presidential election as an example of a foreign state working ...

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Sweden plans to crack down on gang crime

Nobody should have to live in fear of shootings or gang crime, Prime Minister Stefan Löfven told reporters after a meeting with the government’s council on security politics on Thursday morning.  Via: thelocal.se  “Common strategies against organized crime are needed. Nobody should have to fear shootings where they live or organized crime,” he said. “Criminals should be worried and sleep poorly ...

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Swedish police commissioner admits increase in violent crimes

SWEDEN’S police commission has admitted violent crimes, including sex offences, increased in 2016 in a government report. Via: express.co.uk  Dan Eliasson said he was pleased with the police force’s efforts, despite saying it had been a tough year as officials are struggling to maintain rule of law in more than 50 vulnerable areas.In the report, which was given to Sweden’s government ...

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Sweden needs to RAISE TAXES to fund migrants

SWEDISH taxpayers will see hikes in their contributions to cope with the cost of the European migrant crisis. And those who require state welfare could be forced see cuts if reforms cannot be implemented, it has been claimed. Via: express.co.uk  Politicians were reacting to a report that reveals it takes an average of nine years for half of the migrants to ...

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Swedish Prime Minister brings up human rights on Iran visit

Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven says he discussed human rights with Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani during an official visit to Tehran.  Via: thelocal.se  Following a meeting with Rouhani, Löfven told reporters that improved trade with Iran would be beneficial for the country’s development and people, as well as for Swedish business. “It will create jobs in Sweden,” said Löfven to Swedish ...

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“Swedish Spring”: Citizens Demand National Conversation On Muslims Migrant Crimes

It’s being called the “Swedish Spring”; a groundswell of support for a top cop who went public on the epidemic of crimes being committed by Muslim migrants which has led to Swedes demanding a national conversation on the issue.  Via: infowars.com Since veteran police officer Peter Springare blew the whistle on the devastating effects mass immigration has had on Sweden, likes ...

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Migrants Are to Blame For Most Serious Crimes In Sweden

A SWEDISH police officer has launched a seething attack on the country’s politically correct approach to immigration as he claimed Muslims migrants were to blame for the most serious crimes. Via: express.co.uk In a Facebook rant, Peter Springare said his post was not politically correct, but he did not care as he was soon retiring after 47 years of service.Sweden has ...

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Swedish PM to visit Iran in February

Stefan Löfven is set to visit Iran after being invited by Iranian president Hassan Rouhani, with trade and Syria on the agenda. Via : thelocal.se The Swedish PM’s visit will take place on the 11th and 12th of February, the Government Offices of Sweden (Regeringskansliet) announced, and will also concern bilateral cooperation and developments in the region. “There are several reasons. ...

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Malmö : People Don’t Go Out at night any more

Politicians and Malmö residents gathered in front of city hall on Monday to protest against a wave of violence after a 16-year-old boy was killed in the Rosengård district last week. Via: thelocal.se The murder of Ahmed Obaid, 16, who was shot dead by an as-yet unknown gunman on Thursday evening, sent shockwaves through the southern Swedish city. Unlike many previous ...

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