Booksellers in Sweden on absence of the Nobel Literature Prize

Booksellers in the Swedish capital discuss the impact of the lack of a 2018 Nobel Literature Prize, an event that traditionally provides a huge boost in sales at Christmas as Swedes buy books by that year’s laureate as holiday gifts.

Swedes react to election results the day after voting

Residents of the Swedish capital Stockholm discuss the results of the country’s election the day after voting as newspapers on sale in kiosks and newsstands show headlines about the poll. The country faces political deadlock after the far-right made gains that left the question of who will form the next government up in the air.

Radical change needed? Anti-immigration sentiment grips Sweden

Anti-immigration sentiment may prove to be the defining factor in the upcoming general election in Sweden. RT explores why some Swedes believe their country’s system of dealing with migrants is broken.

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‘Fantastic result for Sweden’: Peter Schmeichel talks ‘luck’ & its role in Sweden v Switzerland

Peter Schmeichel says Sweden’s deflected goal which earned them a World Cup win over Switzerland and a place in the quarter-finals was “lucky,” but added the Swedes won’t mind how they booked their place in the last eight.

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‘Excellent performance’: Peter Schmeichel on Sweden’s win in match against Mexic

Peter Schmeichel discusses results of Sweden-Mexico match, he believes it was ‘mental toughness’ which helped Swedes to gain the victory.

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Swedes react to meatballs-from-Turkey bombshell

Swedish meatballs, the Nordic nation’s most traditional dish, have been revealed to originally come from Turkey. The Swedish government tweeted on Saturday: “Swedish meatballs are actually based on a recipe King Charles XII brought home from Turkey in the early 18th century. Let’s stick to the facts!” The news has left some Swedes scratching their heads while others are taking it with a pinch of salt.

Swedes react to meatballs-from-Turkey bombshell

Swedish meatballs, the Nordic nation’s most traditional dish, have been revealed to originally come from Turkey. The Swedish government tweeted on Saturday: “Swedish meatballs are actually based on a recipe King Charles XII brought home from Turkey in the early 18th century. Let’s stick to the facts!” The news has left some Swedes scratching their heads while others are taking it with a pinch of salt.

Why Sweden’s Warmth Is Fading Toward Migrants (HBO)

Last year, more than 160,000 migrants fleeing war in the Middle East ended up in Sweden, a country of only 9.5 million people. That’s the highest number of refugees per capita in Europe. But an increasing number of Swedes have grown impatient with their country’s generosity. Now, many of those migrants are being asked to leave. The government says that up to 80,000 will be deported, a large number of whom come from Afghanistan. In October, Sweden joined Germany in reaching an agreement with Afghanistan to repatriate tens of thousands of rejected asylum seekers. Michael Moynihan went to northern Sweden to meet with some of the migrants awaiting their fate.

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#TheNewCountry: TV ad urges Swedes to integrate with migrants

A Swedish TV ad made by a government-backed charity has urged citizens to accept that “Sweden will never be what it once was” and to find a way to “live side by side” with the growing number of migrants and refugees.

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