Tuesday

27th Sep 2016

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Sweden hit by wave of car burnings

Sweden has been hit by a wave of car burnings over summer, with a many as 2,027 vehicles set on fire in total between January and July, according to the Swedish National Council for Crime Prevention. Stockholm and Malmo have seen most burned cars. "We can't say if it is youngsters or criminals or whatever. We assume little things but we don’t know," Stockholm police spokesman Kjell Lindgren told Reuters.

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