Swedish City Rocked by Three Bombings in 40 Minutes

Three detonations shook the Swedish city of Malmö in a span of just 40 minutes overnight, according to reports.

Blasts in the early hours of Thursday were reported near multiple residential buildings and also a business in the culturally-enriched city known for rampant violent crime.

Just before 2:40 a.m., the first explosion was reported to police who discovered the entrance to a residence had been damaged and windows blown out.

One person was reportedly taken to hospital, authorities say.

Twenty minutes later, police received calls about a blast at a gate to another residence where multiple front doors were damaged.

"There was also damage to the building at the entrance," Fria Tider reports.

"The police evacuated those living in the stairwell and searched the apartments where no one opened. The residents were allowed to gather at a preschool nearby."

At 3:19 a.m., a 'loud bang' was reported near a grocery store.

Police patrols discovered the business had been damaged, as well as a car parked nearby.

Major explosions have become commonplace in Malmö, including nights with multiple blasts, as Infowars Europe has often reported.

The globalist attack on human liberties is sparking backlash across Europe.

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