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These days in France, Christophe Murrat and his family hail from Mulhouse. Two weeks ago, these French citizens were focused on their daily lives and an uneventful existence. Since then, all that has disappeared. They’ve lost everything.
An unknown Islamist group claimed responsibility for a suicide attack on the Mosseheim power plant in Alsace, triggering a major nuclear disaster and plunging five million Europeans into nightmare.
Along with many other exiles, the Murrat family arrives in Sweden – which has shown itself to be a humanitarian superpower during the Syrian crisis – in one of the giant camps that are being urgently set up across Europe with the support of the EU.