Police checks the the Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt´s residence Sagerska Palace on November 9, 2012. AFP PHOTO
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Two Swedes were arrested Thursday on suspicion of terrorist crimes in committing murder in Syria in 2013, the Swedish Prosecution Authority said, adding a third person was arrested in absentia.In a Reuters interview in March, the head of security police (SAPO) said about 300 Swedes had traveled from Sweden to Syria and Iraq to fight in groups linked to Al-Qaeda or ISIS, of whom around 35 had been killed.The same month, Swedish police arrested four people on suspicion of money laundering, with local media reporting authorities believed the money had been sent to ISIS militants in Syria.
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