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Riots broke out in Stockholm, Sweden, the country's capital, just two days after President Donald Trump said during a speech that an influx of immigrants into Sweden has led to a surge of violence. A drug-related arrest made by Swedish police on Monday night prompted crowds of residents to gather at the scene in the predominately immigrant neighborhood of Rinkeby, a northwestern suburb of Stockholm , the Washington Post reported . About half a dozen cars were set on fire, rocks were thrown at police officers, and storefronts were vandalized by the crowd. Up to 70 people threw stones and other objects, including 20 to 30 masked men, according to the New York Times . A newspaper photographer was attacked by a dozen men and his camera was stolen. Police confirmed that an officer fired a warning shot at the scene. Nobody was reportedly arrested beyond the initial drug-related arrest.
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(COPENHAGEN, Denmark) Swedish police on Tuesday were investigating a riot that broke out overnight in a predominantly immigrant suburb in Stockholm after officers arrested a suspect on drug charges. The clashes started late Monday when a police car arrested a suspect and people started throwing stones at them in Rinkeby, north of Stockholm. Unidentified people, including some wearing masks, also set cars on fire and looted shops. One officer was slightly injured when a rock hit his arm and one person was arrested for throwing rocks, police spokesman Lars Bystrom said Tuesday. Some civilians who tried to stop the looters were also assaulted, he added. Another officer fired his gun, not as a warning shot but because he was in a situation that demanded he used his firearm, Bystrom said, adding no one was hit. He declined to give further details, saying the episode would be investigated.
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Riots broke out in Stockholm, Sweden, the country's capital, just two days after President Donald Trump said during a speech that an influx of immigrants into Sweden has led to a surge of violence. A drug-related arrest made by Swedish police on Monday night prompted crowds of residents to gather at the scene in the predominately immigrant neighborhood of Rinkeby, a northwestern suburb of Stockholm , the Washington Post reported . About half a dozen cars were set on fire, rocks were thrown at police officers, and storefronts were vandalized by the crowd. Up to 70 people threw stones and other objects, including 20 to 30 masked men, according to the New York Times . A newspaper photographer was attacked by a dozen men and his camera was stolen. Police confirmed that an officer fired a warning shot at the scene. Nobody was reportedly arrested beyond the initial drug-related arrest.
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