News from the day: 11 May

The police’s next step in the initiative “Stop firing”: Big meetings in Örebro with those who drive violence

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“Continued violent crime will have tangible consequences” – hears municipal police Johanna Johansson about the message at the meeting with the perpetrators of violence in Örebro. Photo: Sami Al-Ansi / SVT

The assessment: Approximately 300 individuals in Örebro • “Men between 18 and 35 years”

Artwork for over a million sabotaged at Kvarntorpshögen

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Anders Fasth, one of the initiators of Konst på hög, views the shattered work of art. Photo: SVT

Famous artist’s work destroyed • “Very tragic”

Karlskoga plans for Pride: “Time to show where we stand”

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Linnéa Bergmark, project manager of Karlskoga municipality, hopes to be able to arrange a Pride Parade on 20 August in Karlskoga. Hear more in the video. Photo: Johannes Weckström / SVT

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