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Freed Swede talks about kidnapping by al-Qaeda, elderly drivers under scrutiny, and Newcomer Diaries with Weronika
Tor 10 aug kl 16:30
Radio Sweden speaks to Johan Gustafsson – a Swede who was held in the Sahara desert by al-Qaeda for nearly six years.

Young Afghan asylum seekers staged a sit-in to challenge the Migration Agency's decision to continue deportations.

Two serious road accidents involving elderly drivers recently have brought the issue into the limelight.

In the latest episode of Newcomer Diaries, Weronika and her boyfriend Piotr talk about how the adjustment to life in Sweden is going.

Producer/presenter: Spenser Bomholt Fain

Newcomer Dairies jingle: freemusicarchive.org by Artofescapism (Remixed by: Spenser Bomholt Fain)

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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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