Denmark: A new construction project meant to house refugees in Dragør just south of Copenhagen was set on fire over the weekend, officials said on Tuesday.
A construction site that was destined to become home to 25 refugees was damaged by arson over the weekend.
Dragør Council is overseeing construction of the new refugee homes and said that its project was targeted by unknown perpetrators.
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