This year's Nobel Laureates will be awarded their prizes by Sweden's King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden on Saturday, December 10.
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- Followed by banquet.
- 3 out of 4 fields.
On Saturday, December 10, the Nobel Laureates will be awarded their prizes by the King of Sweden. This year is the 79th time that no women are among the winners.
- Nobel Week Dialogue.
The future of food is the topic of this year's Nobel Week Dialogue. Radio Sweden spoke to food waste campaigner Tristram Stuart about the scale and impact of food waste.
- Court of Appeal.
The minister for home affairs has suggested a review of Sweden's anti-terror legislation after a man who was the first person charged under a new law of travelling with the intent of joining a terrorist group was acquitted for a second time.
- Majority in Malmö.
The number of people facing prosecution for people smuggling has been increasing, with more border controls leading to more discoveries.
- Fewer than 200 activists.
Neo-Nazi group the Nordic Resistance Movement has had an increase in Swedish members, a new study suggests.
- One in four.
More than a quarter of doctoral students in Sweden say that their work has been used without credit, according to a survey by the Swedish Higher Education Authority.
- Affects asylum applicants.
The Migration Agency said on Thursday that the security situation in Afghanistan has deteriorated in the past two years and it would be taking that into account when assessing asylum applications.
- Difficulty finding proof.
The police and Security Service have yet to use a law which was introduced in 2014 to stop people funding terrorism from Sweden, Dagens Nyheter newspaper has reported.
- Collapsed lung.
A team of Swedish doctors flew to Ethiopia to carry out an operation on jailed Swedish surgeon Fikru Maru, Swedish Television has reported.
- Contract theory.
Just days before the Nobel Laurates receive their awards, Radio Sweden spoke to Oliver Hart, one of this year's winners of the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel.
- Claims he is innocent.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has publicly released his responses to Swedish prosecutors investigating him on a rape charge.
- Challenging times.
The Swedish jobs market is developing strongly but there is an increasing labour shortage and it is crucial to get immigrants working, according to the Employment Agency’s latest forecast.
- New proposals.
The police would be allowed to conduct a search of an asylum seeker and their home to try to find "hidden" identity documents under new proposals submitted to the government to try to remove more rejected asylum seekers from the country.
- Black ice.
Motorists are being warned about icy roads in large parts of southern and central Sweden on Wednesday morning.