“For now we do not investigate this (as a terrorist attack) but the possibility has not been ruled out,” the National Bureau of Investigation said.
The Prime Minister feels that a difference in core values could lead to the breaking up of the coalition party.
With an ageing population and a falling birth rate, the Nordic nation could benefit from refugees or immigrants. Instead, a recent wave of racism is driving many out.
In its annual Corruption Perceptions Index for 2016 the anti-corruption watchdog observed that populist leaders promising to end corruption may in fact be feeding it.
The WEF said that over the past year, efforts to close discrepancy in pay slowed so dramatically that it will take 170 years to reach equality.
Scoring at the bottom of the list were the Central African Republic and Liberia, while Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Switzerland topped the list.
No longer merely an irritant, euroscepticism is now a clear and present threat to the union’s future development.