The Social Democrats and the Greens have agreed to raise unemployment and sick-leave benefits, TV4 News reports.
- Coalition negotiations continue.
- 30 september kl 16:28
Media criticized for the way it covers Ebola
"Today, another case of suspected ebola in Sweden was found to be negative. There have been at least four cases this year that the health authorities in Sweden have tested, and so far, nobody`s had it. John Kinsman is an associate professor in Global Health at Umeå University who was living in Uganda between 1996 and 2001, during a major outbreak there, and studying the response. Radio Sweden`s Brett Ascarelli asked him if he feels we have reason to feel nervous about it here in Sweden."No significant risk of infection in Sweden.
A Swedish professor warns that the media is unnecessarily stirring up fear around Ebola in Sweden.
- "Important to take a stand"
A Left Party MP that wore a t-shirt with the print "SD = Racists" in parliament has received hundreds of abusive e-mails and even been reported to the police, news agency TT reports.
- 30 september kl 15:16
The Catholic church of St: Eugene is in shock after discovering that a reliquary containing part of St Bridget of Sweden's arm was stolen Monday night. Radio Sweden's Brett Ascarrelli speaks to Father Dominik Terstriep.Not worth much money.
The Catholic church of St: Eugene is in shock after discovering that a reliquary containing part of St Bridget of Sweden's arm was stolen Monday night.
- Law passed by the Duma.
One of Sweden's biggest media companies could be severely affected by new Russian legislation aimed at limiting foreign ownership.
- 29 september kl 17:13
There are as many as 14,000 Swedes who suffer from Parkinson`s, a neurological disorder that causes patients to lose control over their movement. And certain Swedes are at a higher risk of developing the chronic disease but a popular drink here may provide some protection. Reporter: Frank Radosevich.Exposure to those toxic chemicals low in Sweden.
There are as many as 14,000 Swedes who suffer from Parkinson's, a neurological disorder that causes patients to lose control over their movement, and certain Swedes are at a higher risk of developing the chronic disease.
- Go-ahead as Trade Commissioner.
Sweden's nominee for EU Commissioner has survived an upset, passing a vote in the EU Parliament's trade committee.
- Speeches in church ceremony.
The politicians elected to the Swedish parliament, the Riksdag, on September 14th formally take their seats today, Tuesday.
- Key election vow for Left Party.
The Left Party is sticking fast to its demand to put an end to profit-making in the public sector, Swedish Radio News reports.