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How gang warfare took over Sweden’s streets

20 November 2021

7:30 PM

20 November 2021

7:30 PM

Nils Grönberg was 19 years old when he was shot and killed: one bullet to his chest and one to his face. Images of his lifeless body lying on the ground in one of Stockholm’s more affluent neighbourhoods – the hyper-modern Hammarby Waterfront Residential Area – soon spread on social media.

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