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Praise and criticism for #metoo, modular houses for immigrants, and how to fight the winter blues
Tor 26 okt kl 16:30
Where will the thousands who arrived in Sweden in 2015 live in the future? Modular houses are a temporary fix, but municipalities are struggling to find long-term solutions.

We also hear how policy decisions are being made off the back of the social media campaign #metoo, but one critic says the campaign is damaging male-female relations.

This week, the Swedish foreign ministry announced that the publisher Gui Minhai has been released from a Chinese prison, but his daughter, Angela Gui, tells Radio Sweden that he is missing as no one has heard from him.

Ahead of the weekend, when clocks go back an hour for the end of daylight savings time, we find out how Swedes deal with the short, dark days that lie ahead.

Producer and presenter: Nathalie Rothschild

Programmet tillhör kategorin: News in other languages
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A 20-year-old man is suspected of shooting at a police officer's home, in this week's round-up of news from Sweden.

Where will the thousands who arrived in Sweden in 2015 live in the future? Modular houses are a temporary fix, but municipalities are struggling to find long-term solutions.

We hear about how the main opposition parties are both seeking to limit people coming to Sweden. And we hear how the stories of World War II concentration camp survivors are being preserved in Sweden.

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