Sweden’s Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB) has warned that the country’s nuclear shelters are insufficient to protect the population from a potential attack.

The country currently has 65,000 shelters with space for seven million people in the event of an attack.

As reported by The Local, it has been 15 years since new shelters were last built, and the population reached the 10m mark earlier this year, so the country needs to bolster its protection.

MSB’s report, which was put together at...

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