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Eritrean refugees and deported IT workers
Tor 09 mar kl 16:30
We hear what's changed for some of the thousands of Eritreans who came to Sweden since 2015, and from IT workers who are concerned about being deported.

We also hear about a women-led protest in 1917 that helped to bring democracy to Sweden.

And we get details on the upcoming final for Sweden's entry in the Eurovision Song Contest, an important event for Swedes and the music business.

Producer: Loukas Christodoulou

Programmet tillhör kategorin: News in other languages
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