Sweden Shifts to the Right as Immigration Dominates Election

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9/10/2018 10:15AM     

A party with roots in neo-Nazism had its best-ever showing in Sweden’s general election. The country faces uncertainty over the composition of its next government as all mainstream parties ruled out a coalition with the contentious Sweden Democrats. Image: AFP

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