Sweden Installs Heat Detectors to Deter Bridge Crossing for Migrants’ Safety

The Swedish authorities have been forced to place heat-detecting cameras along the length of the ten-mile-long bridge connecting the country to Denmark as migrants have been walking across the road-and-rail crossing. The sensors are designed to catch migrants in the act, so that they can be escorted off the bridge safely. Sweden has been inundated with migrants in the last year, with as many as 10,000 per week crossing into the country, mostly via the Øresund Bridge connecting Copenhagen in Denmark to Malmo, Sweden’s third largest city. But in January, the Swedish government introduced compulsory checks for all vehicles using

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