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Two explosions rock Malmö as gang conflict continues

The explosion in Rosengård destroyed the front door to the apartment building. Photo: Johan Nilsson/TT

Published: 17.Dec.2018 16:00 hrs

Malmö's ongoing gang violence is showing no signs of abating, with explosives detonated on Sunday night in apartment buildings in the districts of Fosie and Rosengård.

The first blast went off at around 9.30pm on Sunday at the entry of a stairwell of an apartment building in Fosie. Then just before 3am the following morning, a second, extremely powerful explosion shook the district of Rosengård. 
 
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