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Swedish neo-Nazis disrupt exhibition of Holocaust survivors’ portraits

Neo-Nazis in the Swedish city of Visby blocked the entrance to an exhibition of portraits of Holocaust survivors and intimidated visitors already viewing the display.

Security concerns may end Malmö’s Jewish community by 2029

The Jewish Community of Malmö, Sweden, may need to dissolve itself by 2029 unless its current circumstances change.

Malmö now favourite city to host new Swedish Holocaust museum

Malmö is now favourite in the bidding to host Sweden's new national Holocaust museum, with the head of Stockholm's Jewish Museum giving the southern city her blessing.

Conference on twenty years of the Stockholm declaration to take place in October 2020

Sweden will host an international conference on twenty years of the Stockholm declaration, which resulted in the foundation of IHRA.

Swedish PM condemns “crush Zionism” chants from his own supporters

Swedish PM Stefan Löfven said he would visit Malmo to discuss chants about “crushing Zionism” by supporters of his party at a rally.

Sweden to receive first Holocaust memorial stumbling stones

Sweden will receive its first three stumbling stones, the small brass plates on the streets of Europe placed outside the last known homes of people killed in the Holocaust.

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