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Bomb attacks are now a normal part of Swedish life

26 October 2019

9:00 AM

26 October 2019

9:00 AM

 Stockholm

One night last week, explosions took place in three different locations in and around Stockholm. There were no injuries this time, just the usual shattered windows, scattered debris and shocked people woken by the blast.

The police bomb squad was already on its way to the first explosion in the district of Vaxholm when it had to turn around and prioritise the detonation at a residential building in the more densely populated city centre.

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