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Child’s murder case reopened, the impact of the French election, and a top Swedish baker talks fika
Tor 11 maj kl 16:30
The high-profile murder case of a four-year-old boy named Kevin has been reopened.

Many of Sweden’s politicians were relieved by the election of Emmanuel Macron over the far-right candidate, Marine Le Pen. But what kind of impact could he have on the EU and Sweden? Radio Sweden spoke with Karin Svanborg-Sjövall, the CEO of Timbro, the Swedish right leaning, pro-market think tank.

This week, it has felt more like winter than spring across Sweden. A Swedish celebrity gardener says this could have an impact on everything from daffodils to strawberries.

The White Guide named Sweden’s best cafes this week. Radio Sweden spoke with one of the winners about the practice of fika.

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