Sweden's security police sign is seen at their headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden February 22, 2018. REUTERS/Johan Ahlander
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Sweden's intelligence service Thursday warned "foreign powers" could try and meddle in the Nordic nation's upcoming general election, singling out Russia in light of alleged interference in the last U.S. vote.However, the Swedish Security Service (Sapo), which is responsible for tackling espionage and terrorism, said in an annual report that Sweden's "robust" and "decentralized" electoral system was tough to influence. In a Jan. 10 report, the U.S. Senate accused Russia of spreading "disinformation" and "propaganda" to interfere in the elections of other countries to undermine Western sanctions against Moscow.
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