Asylum Crisis in Sweden: Number of ‘No-Go Zones’ Rises, Police Lose Control, Officers Quitting

The inflow of asylum seekers in Sweden, a country with one of the most liberal laws towards refugees, is putting an increasing strain on the country’s police. There are now reportedly 55 areas in the country, where the law is not fully upheld.

Swedish authorities don’t want to call dangerous areas “No-Go” zones, but police cars are being stolen or set ablaze, ambulances don’t enter the zones without police escorts, and police are targeted with stones.

Police officers have been resigning at a rate of three per day in the city of Malmo, Sweden.

There are 55 No-Go zones in Malmo, Sweden.

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