A Swedish police station was bombed Wednesday evening, only the latest of several attacks against such symbols of the Swedish state in recent years.
The apparent attack against Sweden’s police in the migrant ghetto neighbourhood of Rosengård in Sweden’s migrant crisis frontier city Malmö took place around nine o’clock Wednesday night. There were no injuries, but several cars belonging to police officers and the facade of the recently built police station were damaged.
The Swedish government has prepared to hand out booklets advising citizens what to do in cases of war or terror attacks as the chief of the Swedish security service Säpo warns that the terror threat level remains heightened.
The Swedish government has announced that for the first time in decades it will be handing out a booklet entitled If War Comes to 4.7 million households to prepare citizens for terror attacks or a war, Aftonbladet reports.