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Starting in November, children 12 to 15 years old can get a Covid-19 vaccine in Sweden. And we hear how Sweden's most populated region is trying to get more residents to inoculate themselves against the virus, as pockets of people, especially in big cities, are still hesitant to get one. Also in this week's episode, with less than a year before the…
 
Plus: With a year until the next planned general election, learn which issues are key. Find out about the controversy over three women deported to Sweden from Syria. Hear reactions to Abba's comeback. Reporters: Frank Radosevich and Hagar Jemal. Producer / presenter: Brett Ascarelli.Av Sveriges Radio
 
Radio Sweden speaks to Stockholm City about its moves to help those newly arrived from Afghanistan . Also, hear from volunteers helping the quota refugees adapt to their new surroundings and find out what it is like to be uprooted from life in Kabul. Plus, concerns over the high percentage of Covid ICU patients who are unvaccinated and the debate o…
 
Plus: Sweden's efforts to evacuate its people from Afghanistan; a taste of the movies in theaters this fall; a beloved children's author dies; a Paralympic swimmer describes competing in Tokyo. This week: Sweden has evacuated some 900 people from Afghanistan so far, but it's getting down to the wire as the U.S.'s withdrawal date nears. Political sc…
 
We all have time periods when life is very hectic or times when we feel everything is a big chaos. It feels like there is nothing to do about it when we are in the middle of the chaos. I feel you, I have been there and I have some great tips for you today. If you haven’t seen my new website and my new upcoming membership The Simplicity membership a…
 
It's the end of summer, which means schools are starting again. After being forced to study online during the height of the pandemic, many students are now returning to their classrooms. Also in this edition of Radio Sweden Weekly, we will explore the biggest highlight on the Swedish late summer calendar, the kräftskiva, an annual crayfish party wh…
 
The unique experience of living and studying abroad and meeting people from different nationalities, is something that many students dream about, but with an on going pandemic it can be challenging. In this edition of Radio Sweden Weekly, we will be hearing how the pandemic changed the life of one international student, Russian PHD student Karian G…
 
Armand "Mondo" Duplantis has dreamt of Olympic victory since around age three - and at 21, he did it! No longer needing to quarantine, a Brit in Sweden finally plans to visit her folks in the UK . . . . . Also in this program, find out about Sweden's plans to likely offer third doses of Covid-19 vaccines to much of the Swedish population next year.…
 
Last week I published my new website and I have made some changes in my business. I have started a webshop with my photography art which I’m very passionate about and for the moment I´m also working on the content to The Simplicity lifestyle membership which is going to start in september. This membership will help you declutter your home, simplify…
 
This is a little different episode compare to the other ones I have made. I have made a new website and some changes in my business and I think you're going to like it. Welcome to my new website: https://www.ylvamariadesign.com I'm going to start a membership in September "The Simplicity Lifestyle" and I tell you all about it in this episode. It's …
 
We also dig deeper into the growing criticism against E -scooters. In this edition of our weekly podcast Radio Sweden takes you on a trip to Stockholm's funfair and finds out why people are starting to visit again after a year of pandemic restrictions. Presenter: Odessa Fardipour Producer: Loukas Christodoulou…
 
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