A Storytel advertisement is seen on a bus in Stockholm, Sweden, May 18, 2017. Picture taken May 18, 2017. REUTERS/Helena Soderpalm
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The number of Islamist militants in Sweden has soared to thousands in recent years but only a few pose a security threat to society, the head of the country's security services said on Friday.Sweden is still in shock after five people were killed and 15 injured when a hijacked truck ploughed into a crowd on a busy shopping street and crashed into a Stockholm department store on April 7 .Anders Thornberg, the head of the Swedish Security Service (Sapo), said only a handful of militants had the desire and capacity to carry out attacks.
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