By Christina Anderson & Isabella Kwai | The New York Times
Sweden’s right-wing parties combined to win a remarkable, if slim, election victory Wednesday, buoyed by surging support for a far-right nationalist party, the Sweden Democrats, an electoral convulsion expected to shake national politics and likely end eight years of rule by the center-left.
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The leaders are meeting in Uzbekistan at a time of increasing animosity with the West. In the Ukrainian city of Kryvyi Rih, Russian missiles damaged a dam.