An old school building set to house refugees was left in ruins, Sunday, after it burned down in the Swedish municipality of Onsala, 30km (19m) from near Gothenburg. It is the third prospective refugee centre in Sweden to be set alight within one week, as suspected arson attacks against migrants spike in the Scandinavian country. The fire started on Saturday evening, running on into Sunday morning, causing severe damage to half of the building. Three fire stations were alerted, with a reported 30 fire-fighters battling the blaze throughout the night. Emergency services cordoned off the building and have started an investigation into the cause of the fire. The suspected arson attacks comes just one day after a similar attack on a prospective refugee centre in the settlement of Smaland, just south of Ljungby. A barracks in Arlov Skane suffered a similar fate last Tuesday. The local council had planned to use the building to house unaccompanied refugee children before it was burned to the ground. There have been a suspected 14 arson attacks against asylum centres since the beginning of 2015.
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