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Five Released after NATO Protest

Published torsdag 11 juni 2009 kl 10.49
Protesters outside the military base in Luleå

Five members of a Swedish anti-war protest group who were arrested on Wednesday after trespassing onto an area used for bombing during a Nato training exercise in the far north of Sweden have been released.

50 aircraft from a dozen countries are taking part in exercise "Loyal arrow."

The five are from a group called Ofog that campaigns against military use use of force and global arms trading

One of those arrested, Miahbo Berkelder , along with British activist Adam Conway, spoke to Radio Sweden's Bill Schiller.

" We don't think they should be practising bombing people in northern Sweden."

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