HELSINKI (AP) — In a story Dec. 10, The Associated Press reported that the fire-bombing of a synagogue in Goteborg was the second anti-Jewish attack in Sweden in as many days. The story should have clarified that the first incident was a pro-Palestinian demonstration Friday in Malmo where protesters yelled anti-Jewish slogans but no one was attacked.
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A view of a site where a synagogue was attacked in Gothenburg, Sweden, late Saturday Dec. 9, 2017. Three people was arrested for allegedly throwing firebombs at the synagogue. No one was injured in the attack during a youth event at the synagogue and the adjacent Jewish center in Sweden's second-largest city. (Adam Ihse/TT News Agency via AP)