Sweden is one of the countries that invest the most towards research however, they have recently decreased funds towards development in energy and defence, and instead increased funds towards education and university research. Published on April 14 by the government agency, Statistics Sweden, this year 3.8 per cent of the state budget will go towards research and development […]
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In 2014 Sweden welcomed 81 301 asylum seekers and 7049 of those were unaccompanied refugee children, a total of 83 per cent more children than in 2013. The majority came mainly from Syria, a high number which makes one wonder how many will arrive in 2015. The Swedish Migration Board estimates on an increase of people […]
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The wave of beggars from eastern European countries in Sweden has been a growing phenomenon for the past two years. All around the major cities, like Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmö, from suburbs to city centres people are begging by restaurants, supermarkets and tube stops. What is known is that these people are Roma, mainly from […]
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