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Imigranci w Szwecji (10)

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A police station under construction in the Rinkeby district of Stockholm, Sweden, Aug. 7, 2019. Today, more than 91 percent of Rinkeby's residents are immigrants or their children, but it is hardly the hellscape that nationalists bent on painting Sweden as a failed state hold it out to be. (Loulou d'Aki/The New York Times)
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Children play on the courtyards in the Rinkeby district of Stockholm, Sweden, Aug. 7, 2019. Today, more than 91 percent of Rinkeby's residents are immigrants or their children, but it is hardly the hellscape that nationalists bent on painting Sweden as a failed state hold it out to be. (Loulou d'Aki/The New York Times)
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Elvir Kazinic, a Bosnian emigre who serves on the local council in the Rinkeby district of Stockholm, Sweden, Aug. 8, 2019. Kazinic recounted how Russian journalists tried to bribe immigrant youths into acts of hooliganism for their cameras. "To stoop to that level and offer kids money -- that is low," he said. (Loulou d'Aki/The New York Times)
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A Somali family walks through the Rinkeby district of Stockholm, Sweden, Aug. 7, 2019. Today, more than 91 percent of Rinkeby's residents are immigrants or their children, but it is hardly the hellscape that nationalists bent on painting Sweden as a failed state hold it out to be. (Loulou d'Aki/The New York Times)
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Hani Al Saleh, a guard known as "Amo," or uncle, by local youth, plays with a niece in the Rinkeby district of Stockholm, Sweden, Aug. 7, 2019. Saleh said he saw Russian journalists trying to bribe immigrant youths into acts of hooliganism for their cameras. (Loulou d'Aki/The New York Times)
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Eva Burman, the editor of Eskilstuna-Kuriren, a newspaper that was attacked over reporting critical of Russia, in Stockholm, March 15, 2019. The Kremlin has helped nurture Sweden's far-right digital ecosystem, including a "troll factory" that targets journalists who write negatively about Russia. "We've had death threats, spam attacks, emails -- this year has been totally crazy," Burman said. (Loulou d'Aki/The New York Times)
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Niclas Andersson, the police chief of the Rinkeby district of Stockholm, Sweden, Aug. 7, 2019. Today, more than 91 percent of Rinkeby's residents are immigrants or their children, but it is hardly the hellscape that nationalists bent on painting Sweden as a failed state hold it out to be. "You zero in on a couple of incidents, then use that to describe the whole area," he said of the right-wing propagandists. (Loulou d'Aki/The New York Times)
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A square where witnesses say Russian journalists tried to bribe immigrant youths into acts of hooliganism for their cameras, in the Rinkeby district of Stockholm, Sweden, March 14, 2019. Today, more than 91 percent of Rinkeby's residents are immigrants or their children, but it is hardly the hellscape that nationalists bent on painting Sweden as a failed state hold it out to be. (Loulou d'Aki/The New York Times)
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Chang Frick, the founder of an anti-immigrant website called Nyheter Idag that often trafficks in disinformation and junk news, at home in Stockholm, March 13, 2019. Frick claims that he doesn't answer to the far-right Sweden Democrats or the Kremlin, though he added that his relentless stories about the problems posed by immigrants dovetailed with both their agendas. (Loulou d'Aki/The New York Times)
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Mattias Karlsson, the Sweden Democrats' international secretary and chief ideologist for the party with Neo-Nazi roots, in Stockholm, March 13, 2019. In 2010, the Sweden Democrats captured 5.7 percent of the vote, enough for the party, and Karlsson, to enter Parliament for the first time. Now he is working to build links to American conservatives. (Loulou d'Aki/The New York Times)
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