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Sweden's 'no-go zones', the gender pay gap and headscarf hullabaloo
Tor 16 feb kl 16:30
Are there neighborhoods so rough in Sweden where even the police fear to tread? We head to one of the country's so called "no-go zones" to find out.

Also, the Swedish government has battled a backlash this week over what some members wore during a trip to Iran. And hear why women are being urged this week to clock out from the office an hour earlier than men.

Producer/presenter:Frank Radosevich.

Programmet tillhör kategorin: News in other languages
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