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Radicalization in Sweden, the economic sap of ID checks
Tor 14 apr 2016 kl 16:30
What's Malmö doing to fight radicalism? Economic costs for ID checks, Police on extra money in spring budget: not enough, Sweden's UN Security Council campaign, British citizens in Sweden on Brexit

In this edition of Radio Sweden, we speak with terrorism expert Magnus Ranstorp about Rosengård, the home-town neighborhood of the 23-year-old Swede arrested in connection with the attacks in Brussels.

And we speak with Per Tryding, from the Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Southern Sweden, about the economic costs of ID checks to the Malmö-Copenhagen region.

We hear from a police officer about the challenges that police face in Sweden's northern parts when they have to perform deportations.

Reporter Ulla Engberg gives us an overview of the latest in Sweden's campaign for a seat on the UN Security Council.

And we hear some of Loukas Christodoulou's interviews with British citizens who live in Sweden but who are thinking about the official start of the EU referendum campaign.

Producer / presenter: Vincent Cavalier.

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