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    In Sweden, Man Armed With Ax Injures 8

    The police are investigating the attack for potential “terrorist motives.”

    With New Law, Sweden Gains Power to Impose Coronavirus Restrictions

    Parliament has approved an emergency law allowing the government to place limits on public places, fine individuals and order businesses to close down.

    In Sweden, Infections and Calls for a Lockdown Are Rising

    The country has been keeping restaurants and bars open, trying not to let the pandemic disrupt life. But the second wave is forcing authorities to reconsider their approach.
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