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One to hospital after fight

today at 16.12 Amanda Hällsten

The police have been alerted to an ongoing fight in Vasaparken in Norrköping.

A man, who was injured in the fight, has been taken to hospital by ambulance.

The crime scene has been cordoned off and a man in his 30s has been arrested on suspicion of aggravated assault.

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    Normally it takes about five hours to reach the islands by boat, due to the weather it is taking longer now.

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    Nichols says, among other things, that there were not enough circumstances to suggest a crime.

    – Which in itself is of course an extremely tragic event, he says.

  • Apartment fired upon – two arrested

    Two men, aged 35 and 50 respectively, have been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a shooting in Örebro, TT reports.

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    Police and an ambulance were called to an apartment in Gothenburg because a man in his 50s had been stabbed.

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    The police have drawn up a report of petty theft.

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    Two dark-clad men with hoods entered a woman’s residence outside Alingsås and threatened her with a gun.

    – She had posted an ad on Blocket where she wanted to sell a piece of gold jewelry, so it probably had something to do with that, says Peter Adlersson, press spokesperson in the West police region.

    But the robbers didn’t get anything.

    – I’m a little unsure why, it could be that the jewelery was already sold. They limped off into the forest.

    Police are on the scene with dogs looking for the men, but have so far found nothing.

    – There may have been a car somewhere that they got away with, says Peter Adlersson.

    The woman is cut after the incident, but has no physical injuries.

  • Woman detained for crimes against humanity

    A 30-year-old woman is detained in her absence for crimes against humanity in Syria, reports The Express.

    The crimes must have taken place between 2014 and 2016.

    Exactly which crimes are suspected of having been committed is unclear, but for example murder, rape, torture and forced labor are included in the heading “crimes against humanity”, if they form part of an extensive or systematic attack against a group of civilians.

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    – All cards must be put on the table and a complete preparation document must be produced when transparency in independent schools is now to be increased, she continues.

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    – I cannot say much more about the case at the moment. We are still investigating what happened, she says.

    Read more here.

  • Foster parents acquitted after Donia’s death

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    The girl was ill with glandular fever when she was found dead in her room in the family home.

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