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The prime minister has portrayed himself as his country's savior, protecting Christian Europe against the Muslim hordes.
The island nation's government ousted Mohamed Nasheed in 2012, now they are facing calls for a boycott of the tourism industry.
Three years since he left Egypt for a life Scandinavia, the 30-year-old musician is heading home.
Monday's attack targeted worshippers from an institution with a proud history of fighting violent extremism.
On social media, people reported being told to go into bars and restaurants and and take cover under tables.
Yusaku Maezawa paid a record price for a work by the Brooklyn born artist.