INTERVIEW: Swedish spy chief warns of rise of Islamist threat
STOCKHOLM, May 27 (Reuters) - Sweden's biggest security threat comes from around 200 Islamists in the country with the potential for involvement in militant attacks, including young people radicalized after joining the war in Syria, the state's spy chief said.
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