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Boy stabbed in fight

today at 23.47 Lukas Jacobson

A boy has been stabbed in connection with a fight in Svedala.

– The information we now have is that there are six to seven perpetrators, says Rickard Lundqvist press spokesperson for the South police region.

Several of the people were masked during the fight.

Another boy was threatened during the fight.

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    – After some kind of argument at a distance, they knocked a man down and continued when he was lying down. Then they ran from the scene, says Daniel Wikdahl, press spokesperson at the Stockholm Police.

    The man was subjected to a serious assault and severe violence to the head, but did not want to wait for an ambulance.

    The woman was abused by the normal degree, the police write.

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    The police are in Solna and are carrying out an operation.

    “Persons who are to be deprived of liberty in an investigative case involving serious crime try to escape the police,” the police write on their website.

    According to information to Aftonbladet, a weapon has been found. The incident must be connected to the recent wave of violence in Stockholm.

    Two people have been arrested.

    The police have set up cordons at a residential area.

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    Several people have been arrested at various addresses around Sundsvall after a large police operation.

    Both weapons and drugs have been seized.

    The operation is “part of the police’s intensive work against criminal actors in Sundsvall”, the police write on their website.

    The police state that they cannot provide any more information at this time, but that a press release about the operation will be released on Friday.

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    PM Nilsson is leaving his job as state secretary after the revelation about eel fishing, he writes on Facebook.

    “I want to thank Ulf Kristersson for his trust, his warm leadership and cheerful mood. I have a fantastic staff that was fun to work with. I have learned a lot in an admittedly too short but very intense time”.

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    Hungary is one of the two NATO countries that have not yet ratified Sweden’s NATO application.

    In an interview with DN says Minister of Justice Judit Varga that the issue will be dealt with during the parliament’s spring session in March.

    When asked if Parliament will vote in March on the decision in March, she says:

    – Maybe, but it is up to the parliament to decide, she says.

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    One man was arrested nearby. The other is still at large.

    A robbery report has been filed.

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    Last summer, the then minister of business Karl-Petter Thorwaldsson announced that SAS could not count on any new government support.

    To a question from Aftonbladet, the Ministry of Finance replied this evening that the new government, despite the losses in the company, maintains the same line as the previous one.

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