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Sweden proposes tougher rape laws after #MeToo wave

Sweden's Prime Minister Stefan Lofven arrives to attend the first day of a European union summit in Brussels on December 14, 2017. European leaders will discuss the migration crisis and defence on December 14, followed by Brexit the day after. / AFP / POOL / FRANCOIS LENOIR

 

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