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Deadly school attack 1 year on, creepy clowns and the saving power of smart phones
Tor 20 okt 2016 kl 16:30
One year after three were killed during a racially motivated school attack in Trollhättan, school leaders in Sweden are still coming to terms with new security needs.

Also, Swedish police are growing tired of investigating cases of creepy clown sightings as copy-cats spread the viral phenomenon across the country. 

And, Stockholmers, if you have a spare room the city is encouraging you to rent it out a newly arrived immigrant.

Finally, over at the National Museum of Science and Technology, a new exhibits looks at how mobile phones and apps shaped the journeys of tens of thousands of migrants to Europe last year.

Producer/presenter: Frank Radosevich.

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