'Quiet and safe' in Malmo, say police
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Trump's wrong, it's 'quiet and safe' in Malmo

In the wake of Donald Trump's comments on Sweden earlier this week, there's been a global debate over whether the country's immigration policy has been a success or a failure.

Malmo, one of Sweden's most diverse cities, has been in the spotlight after 13 murders in just over six months and a number of high profile shootings and explosions.

But how bad are things overall?

Video journalists: Maddy Savage and Mohamed Madi

  • 24 Feb
  • From the section Europe
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