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Your best source of news from Sweden Ansvarig utgivare: Klas Wolf-Watz

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Your best source of news from Sweden Ansvarig utgivare: Klas Wolf-Watz

    Fewer police officers quitting, Corona virus warning, the Holocaust remembered

    Fewer police officers quitting, Corona virus warning, the Holocaust remembered

    Radio Sweden Daily brings you a round-up of the main news in Sweden on January 27th 2020.

    Presenter: Nathalie Rothschild Producer: Kris Boswell

    • 2 min
    EU contributions negotiations, new fishing restrictions on way, public not target or bombings say police, new STD tests in Skåne.

    EU contributions negotiations, new fishing restrictions on way, public not target or bombings say police, new STD tests in Skåne.

    Radio Sweden Daily brings you a round-up of the main news in Sweden on January 24th 2020.

    Presenter: Keith Foster
    Producer: Kris Boswell

    • 2 min
    Radio Sweden Weekly: "I couldn't hear anything" - bomb blasts reaction, Sami joy on historic day, warm winter climate angst & gala glitter 

    Radio Sweden Weekly: "I couldn't hear anything" - bomb blasts reaction, Sami joy on historic day, warm winter climate angst & gala glitter 

    We meet a man in his flat in Husby where outside in the early hours of Tuesday, a bomb went off, damaging several flats in the apartment building.

    The indigenous Sami people in the far north celebrate an historic victory in Sweden's highest court- we meet the winners and losers. And the mild winter is causing climate angst among visitors to a famous Stockholm landmark.
    Produced and presented by Dave Russell.

    • 25 min
    Sami group wins major land use case, man detained for Norrköping blast, Löfven warns of rising antisemitism, too few new police cadets

    Sami group wins major land use case, man detained for Norrköping blast, Löfven warns of rising antisemitism, too few new police cadets

    Radio Sweden Daily brings you a round-up of the main news in Sweden on January 23rd 2020.

    Presenter: Frank Radosevich
    Producer: Kris Boswell

    • 2 min
    Opposition forces more money for public sector, SD nuclear vote fails, Stockholm explosion arrest, Sweden bows out of handball tournament

    Opposition forces more money for public sector, SD nuclear vote fails, Stockholm explosion arrest, Sweden bows out of handball tournament

    Radio Sweden Daily brings you a round-up of the main news in Sweden on January 22nd 2020.

    Presenter: Lee Roden
    Producer: Kris Boswell

    • 1 min
    Two blasts hit Stockholm, Greta Thunberg at Davos, more seek state money to store electricity, two films win big at Swedish Film Awards

    Two blasts hit Stockholm, Greta Thunberg at Davos, more seek state money to store electricity, two films win big at Swedish Film Awards

    Radio Sweden Daily brings you a round-up of the main news in Sweden on January 21st 2020.

    Presenter: Frank Radosevich
    Producer: Kris Boswell

    • 2 min

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