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How Sweden became a ‘haven’ for mafia gangs and the EU’s gun crime capital off the back of surging migration: As murders surge, police and politicians say the nation is at crisis point

Over the course of one night last year, three people were killed in separate attacks across Sweden – three of many violent attacks to rock the country in 2023.

The first victim was an 18-year-old man who was shot dead in a Stockholm suburb on September 27. Just hours later, one man was killed and another was wounded in a shooting in Jordbro, south of the city.

Then, as if two killings weren’t enough, Soha Saad – a 24-year-old kindergarten teacher living with her brother and parents – died in an explosion in Uppsala, west of Stockholm, in the early hours of September 28.

In the aftermath, one neighbour described the blast as being ‘like a war scene’ and ‘something you see on the news from Afghanistan.’

The violence meted out across the region in those 12 hours made international headlines, but to many living in Sweden – did not come as a surprise.

In a series of interviews, Swedish academics, a politician and a high ranking police officer have spoken to MailOnline about the multi-faceted crisis, describing a nation at crisis point that is ill equipped to tackle the scale of the violence.

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