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To be expected, they are part of the same echo chamber.

They are a part of the same fake media who regularly teams up with media handlers (fixers) in the Islamonazi Hamas, Fatah and Hezbollah, having no problem disseminating their propaganda from ”people on the street” interviews and official organs of power. But a website, Avpixlat, that publishes accurate information on what politicians and other radical leftists are doing to their country, well, they’re not a credible organization and to be dismissed.

Aussie crew not ‘in cahoots’ with Swedish anti-refugee site

Aussie crew not 'in cahoots' with Swedish anti-refugee site

Australian broadcaster Liz Hayes and Rinkeby, where the alleged attack took place. Photos: Channel Nine/Vilhelm Stokstad/TT

Published: 01 Mar 2016 10:31 GMT+01:00

The Channel Nine crew, who were working alongside a high profile Australian news correspondent, Liz Hayes, were reportedly confronted in Rinkeby, where the majority of residents are foreign-born.

“Liz Hayes and a 60 Minutes crew are currently on assignment in Europe where they are reporting a story about the migrant crisis,” a Nine spokesperson said in a statement widely reported by global media on Tuesday.

“In a suburb of Stockholm yesterday they were confronted by a group who objected to them filming. There was a series of scuffles and the police were called. The 60 Minutes cameraman and producer were slightly injured but filming continued with police at the scene. The crew have now returned to their hotel and are all fine”.

A spokesperson for the city’s police force, Lars Byström, initially confirmed to The Local that police were investigating the allegations after being called to the scene on Monday afternoon.

“It happened at around 3.45pm yesterday. We were told there was a film team and there were some youngsters who were in the car and there was some kind of argument between the team and then the driver drove over the cameraman’s foot.”

However he later said that police had decided to close the case, noting that while some media reports suggested that the crew had also been hit or had objects thrown at them by “masked men”, no-one had come forward in person to make such claims.

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