The broadband company Bredbandsbolaget does not need to block its customers from accessing the file-sharing website Pirate Bay, according to a ruling that the Stockholm district court made on Friday.
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- Unique case.
- Poor equipment and weapons.
Several police officers warn that they do not have the proper equipment and training to deal with a terrorist attack.
- Sweden Democrats.
Jimmie Åkesson, the leader of the opposition Sweden Democrats, kicked off his party's annual conference, held in Lund, by saying that critics believe his party is unnecessary - that the party has wound up overshadowed by what other parties are doing now on immigration.
- 10.3 days on average.
The Swedish Social Insurance Agency predicts that the number of sick days taken will keep rising to an average of 13 days per person per year in 2020, according to a debate piece in the newspaper Dagens Nyheter, but the government would prefer to see the number drop instead.
- This is England ' 90
The critically acclaimed UK drama mini-series, This is England '90, airs on Swedish television next week. It's the final season of Shane Meadows' series, which began almost a decade ago, featuring working class friends Lol, Woody, Gadget, Milky and Shaun. Radio Sweden met the actors playing Shaun and Milky when they were in Sweden for the Stockholm Film Festival.
- 1,183 respondents
One in two Swedes think that the government's recent asylum proposals, aimed at bringing down the number of refugees coming to Sweden, are necessary, according to a survey by the polling institute Novus.
- Placement of newcomers to Sweden.
The government is now in agreement that municipalities should be forced to take in refugees, reports Swedish Radio News, and it also wants to reduce segregation in schools.
- In English, Arabic and Dari.
The international non-governmental organisation Save the Children has set up a helpline for unaccompanied minors, where they can ask questions about the Swedish asylum system or just talk to someone if they are feeling lonely.
- Ages 9-12.
Sixty-four children from over twenty countries are currently meeting in Sweden to discuss how to combat climate change. Their goal is to agree on a list of demands that will then be presented to world leaders at the UN Climate Change Conference in Paris next week.
- Different scenarios.
The Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute has launched a new service that gives a glimpse into how different aspects of climate change could affect Sweden in years to come.
- Interview in English.
After his arrest, the terrorist allegations and then release without charge, Moder Muthanna Magid is back with friends in the small community of Boliden in northern Sweden. He told SVT News Västerbotten about the experience.
According to a study by the National Board of Health and Welfare, 1.3 million people living in Sweden regularly provide care for a relative.