City Notes: Swedes in Israel urge Stockholm to act against terrorism

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December 16, 2015 17:43
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A group of Swedes living in Israel protested last Friday in front of Stockholm’s embassy in Tel Aviv, urging the Swedish government to take a stronger stance in condemning the spate of Palestinian attacks, many carried out by minors, since September against Israeli civilians and soldiers.

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