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Radio Sweden Weekly: A bad week for the Greens
Tor 21 apr 2016 kl 16:30
A rocky time for the newest party in government, the Greens, as a minister resigns. Radio Sweden's reporters discuss what this crisis means.

Presenter Loukas Christodoulou is joined in the studio by reporters Frank Radosevich and Brett Ascarelli, who have also been looking at Swedish reactions to the US presidential race.

And the actions of the state-owned power company Vattenfall are putting more pressure on the weak red-green government, as its coal burning is heating up the climate. Swedish Radio science reporter Ulrika Björkstén explains what's happening.

Plus Radio Sweden Arabic reporter Samar Hadrous discusses her work investigating jihadism in Sweden, as a suspect from Malmö is held in Belgium over alleged links to Paris and Brussels attacks.

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