Police have forcibly removed about 100 people from a make shift Roma camp in Sweden’s southern city of Malmö.
Dozens of officers arrived before dawn to clear out residents who had ignored a court order giving them until the weekend to leave.
The action ends a long standoff over the site deemed unsanitary by local authorities.
Roma, mostly from Romania and Bulgaria, are free to travel to Sweden as EU citizens. But a recent increase in arrivals has alarmed city authorities, and triggered criticism from a growing political far right who say the country is a soft touch for migrants.