Preview battles in Sweden on New Year's Eve

 
Preview battles in Sweden on New Year's Eve
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Areas in Sweden turned into "war zones" on New Year's Eve, in a preview of what may come when fireworks and rockets are replaced with more explosive stuff, which, believe it or not, Sweden tragically is full of. The Swedes had a glimpse of the future. That is if they dared go outside to celebrate, as wars were being waged right outside the door, and at the door, because rockets were fired at buildings, in windows and doors, at police and at people, anywhere.

And they even got a real hand grenade thrown at a police station, which caused damage to the building and nearby cars, but no injuries.

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READ: Swedish suburbs are turning into war zones


Here is a battle from the immigrant dense suburb of Rosengård in Malmö:



Malmö, Mollevangstorget Square:



Swedish news report (no subtitles):



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