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The explosions against government buildings in Denmark - this has happened

2019-08-14T08:31:52.076Z

During the same week, two explosions occurred against two government buildings in Denmark's capital Copenhagen. A Swedish man in his 20s has been arrested for one of the explosions, says Danish police.


On Tuesday, August 6 , an explosion occurred in the Österbro area of ​​Copenhagen. The explosion took place at the Swedish Tax Agency's building (corresponding to the Swedish Tax Agency) in Nordhavn station, according to Danish media. No people were injured, but the building was damaged and several windows were smashed.

It is still unclear what caused the explosion, but police say it was not an accident.

"It has not happened unintentionally, but someone has deliberately attacked the building," said Police Chief Jörngen Bergen Skov at a press conference the day after the incident.

On Saturday, August 10 , another explosion occurred at a local police station in Nørrebro, Copenhagen. The alarm came at 03.17 when the station was empty. Several boxes were crushed, but no people were injured.

After the accident, police called for a man in dark clothing who was seen running from the scene shortly after the explosion.

On Wednesday, August 14 , a Danish police report at a press conference states that a Swedish man has been arrested following the explosion at the Swedish Tax Agency. An international search has gone out for yet another Swedish man, who is linked to the incident. Police no connection between the two explosions.

Source: svt

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