I didn’t come to Sweden for the riots. Or because of Trump. In fact, I was supposed to be here in December — before airline strikes stood in my way.
I came because I was asked. Repeatedly.
Swedish women reaching out by email, by letter, to quietly show me what has become of their country.
Rinkeby is one of a few no-go zones in the city of Stockholm, Sweden. This is home to many of Sweden’s migrant population and is where police clashed with rioters last week
Dads writing that they were worried for their daughters, tweeting that Sweden is not the place people imagine it to be, that young girls are scared to go out at night.
A news feed filled with reports of the rape and assault of Sweden’s young women, some inexplicably streamed live on Facebook by the gang as they attacked.
Katie speaks to ‘Lucy’, a young girl of 27 who lives near a bridge under which men gather all day and night