While protesters outnumbered those attending a speech by controversial Dutch politician Geert Wilders in Malmö in southern Sweden on Saturday, the event passed off without incident.

"Our intelligence told us that we should be prepared for trouble," a Malmö police officer told The Local.

But at the end of the event a colleague assured The Local that the day "had passed without incident with just minor disturbances".

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