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'Last night in Sweden,' Start-up deportation fears, Disguised God
Tor 23 feb kl 16:30
The top news story in Sweden this week comes from the United States. What really DID happen in Sweden that night Donald Trump referred to?

High-skilled tech industry workers are in short supply in Sweden, and Stockholm's start-up scene relies on international talent. But these sought-after workers fear being deported because of the Migration Agency's strict interpretation of the rules for work permits.

We also hear from an opera singer who fled warn-torn Syria, about how he found comfort in in one of Sweden's most popular music pieces. 

Producer/Presenter: Karin Nilsson

Programmet tillhör kategorin: News in other languages
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