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one year after the Oslo attacks

Security to be tightened at government offices

Published lördag 18 augusti 2012 kl 10.12
The prime minister's offices at Rosenbad

Swedish Radio News reports that Säpo, the intelligence service of the Swedish police, has been assigned to review the security around the government buildings in central Stockholm.

The news comes less two months after the decision to tighten security around the prime minister’s office and official residence, and a week before the sentencing of Anders Behring Breivik, who started his day of terror in Oslo last year with a bomb directed at Norwegian government buildings.

Swedish Radio News says it is the Norwegian attacks which have prompted the heightened security around Swedish government offices.

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