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Stockholm attacker on trial, Olympic medals for Team Sweden, and an odd couple at the Polar Music Prize
Tor 15 feb kl 16:30
The trial of an Uzbek man who has confessed to ramming a stolen truck into a crowd in Stockholm started on Tuesday under heavy security.

Radio Sweden's Frank Radosevich reports from the court room.

Terrorism researcher Peder Hyllengren of the Swedish Defence University tells Radio Sweden that Sweden has become a hotspot for jihadi recruiters and that "activists" have hampered the fight against Islamism in the Scandinavian nation.

We call up Pyeongchang and Stefan Elofsson, head of news at Swedish Radio's sports department, who is at the Winter Olympics.

And we hear what Metallica and the Afghanistan National Institute of Music have in common, in Brett Ascarelli's report from this year's Polar Music Prize announcement.

Producer/Presenter: Nathalie Rothschild

Programmet tillhör kategorin: News in other languages
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