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Spies operating in Sweden, six years of war in Syria, and art exhibit of iconic Swedish designer
Tor 16 mar kl 16:30
The Swedish Security Service released its annual report on Thursday. What are the biggest security concerns facing Sweden today?

Sweden’s minister for democracy to the constitutional committee to explain comments she made about jihadist returnees on a TV program.

This week also marked six years since protests broke out in Syria leading to a bloody war and the largest refugee crisis since the Second World War. We speak to two Syrian refugees about their lives then and now.

The Architecture and Design Centre opens an exhibition honoring the world renowned Austrian-Swedish designer, Josef Frank.

Producer/presenter: Spenser Bomholt

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Tor 12 okt kl 16:30(28 min)
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Tor 05 okt kl 16:30(24 min)
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Tor 28 sep kl 16:30(29 min)
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Tor 21 sep kl 16:30(25 min)
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