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Terrorism researcher: Follow the money

Published måndag 24 april kl 15.17
Magnus Ranstorp: Look at links to organised crime
(2:41 min)
Researcher Magnus Ranstorp (left) comments on the anti-terrorism proposals presented today by Home Affairs Minister Anders Ygeman (right).
Researcher Magnus Ranstorp (left) comments on the anti-terrorism proposals presented today by Home Affairs Minister Anders Ygeman (right).

The Swedish government and the main opposition group are holding talks on anti-terror measures including electronic tags, but a researcher says cutting off terror financing is key.

The Home Affairs Minister is presenting three proposals: Criminalising membership of terrorist groups, easier sharing of information between state authorities, and electronic tags for immigrants denied residence permits and deemed a risk.

Magnus Ranstorp is one of Sweden's most influential researchers into terrorism. He says that a more effective way to combat terrorism would be to look at financing and links with organised crime

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