- 22 juli kl 16:12
Ali Esbati on the third anniversary of Norway's terror attacks
Today marks the third anniversary of Norway`s twin terror attacks where far-right fanatic Anders Behring Breivik bombed government buildings in Oslo and gunned down dozens at a summer youth camp on the nearby island of Utöya. But one survivor of the attacks says not enough has been done in Norway to stop racist and xenophobic attitudes like those of Breivik though the fight here in Sweden is much more visible. Reporter: Loukas Christodoulou.
- (4:08 min)22 juli kl 15:30
An attorney representing Afghan interpreters who worked for the Swedish military in Afghanistan on Tuesday criticized the military for not being transparent in its decision to grant residency to some but not all of the former Afghan employees.
- (4:02 min)22 juli kl 17:05
Do Swedes love to form a queue?
We take a look at something that might strike a lot of people as odd when they first come here - the seemingly constant queuing. But how Swedish is it practice, and why are we so fond of waiting in line? Markus Landén reports.
- (3:16 min)22 juli kl 15:41
An opera based on an Englishwoman's journey in Sweden 200 years ago
A stolen ship loaded with silver, an underestimated musical genious and a feminist icon thrown together in a chase through Scandinavia. The opera is called Silverskeppet, or the Silver Ship, and is based on letters that Mary Woollstonecraft wrote during her travels through Sweden, Denmark and Norway. The music is by Swedish composer Joseph Martin Kraus. Radio Sweden`s Ylva Mossing talks to opera writer Sophie Helsing.
- 21 juli kl 21:02
The acute shortage of housing, especially in Stockholm, is a hot topic in the debate leading up to September's national election. The ruling Alliance parties have promised 100,000 new housing units to be built by 2035. But one problem is that the number of building permits issued has in recent years far exceeded the number of new building projects actually started.