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As election nears, Danish parties vow tighter immigration rules
by Alexander Tange and Sabina Zawadzki
Recalling how a group of refugees once threatened his life if he did not retract a police statement, Frank Pedersen is angry about the increasing number of immigrants in Denmark.
They are, he says, running riot in Tonder, the small town on the border with Germany where he lives with his wife and small child and works at the local Jobcentre.
"I see a problem with more and more coming. It's an issue when nothing is being done in areas where they commit crimes. Tipping over social workers' cars so they have to ride in pairs out of fear," the 41-year-old navy veteran said.
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