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Sweden saw significant rise in gang-related violence in 2019: report
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Friday, 24 January 2020
Swedish newspaper Expressen conducted a survey in 2017 based on police files of 192 individuals in Stockholm and 82 percent were members of criminal gangs or had links to criminal networks. In 2017, 58 percent of those suspected for a crime on reasonable grounds were migrants and 73 percent....

Posted originally: 2020-01-24 15:04:00

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