Turkey demands extradition of former Kurdish militia member living in Sweden
Following elections in Sweden, a right-wing coalition with an anti-immigrant agenda has a narrow enough majority to form a government. This seismic shift in Swedish politics could have grave consequences for the many Kurds living in Sweden who fear being extradited to Turkey. It could also be a hindrance to NATO joining the Nordic country. Special correspondent Malcolm Brabant reports.
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