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The parents of an 11-year-old girl have spoken of their "despair and pain" after she was confirmed as a victim of the Stockholm terror attack.
Ebba Akerland was walking home from school when she was hit by a hijacked beer lorry which was driven through a crowd and into the Ahlens department store.
Schoolgirl - Parents - Media - Campaign - Police
The schoolgirl's parents launched a social media campaign after she went missing, but have since been told by police she was one of the four people who died in the attack.
In a statement, they said: "With all our heart we thank the Swedish people for all the warmth and love you have given us in a time of despair and pain.
"We now need peace and quiet to process our grief and ask for your understanding that we need to do it in peace."
Monday - Girl - School - Minute - Silence
On Monday, pupils at the girl's school held a minute's silence to remember their classmate.
"It was pretty quiet. There were many tears, much grief," school governor Maija Moller Grimakova told Expressen.
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