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Special services: Group of suicide bombers sets off to Stockholm

The Swedish police was notified of coming terror acts by the Iraqi special services.

According to SAPO, the Swedish Security Service, about eight IS fighters are currently in the territory of the country. As the Swedish Expressen reported, "terrorists plan to assault a civilian property in the capital." Official representatives of the special services have provided no comments yet, they are verifying the information.

The EU special services work under robust security regime after the terror acts in Brussels airport.

As Pravda.Ru reported namely disregard of foreign special services reports on possible terror acts is a mistake that may cost too much.

Experts noted that in order to suppress terrorists, there is a need of harsh measures, while Europe behaves too softly, as a decisive repulse does not stay within European values.

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