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10 most widely read stories in DN.see in april 2019
Photo: Lisa Mattisson, Therefore, continues the beggars to come to Sweden.

There are around 4.700 beggars in Sweden. The number has been constant for several years – despite the fact that the billion has been spent on the EU's vulnerable citizens. the
In the Romanian village of Valea Seaca travel hundreds of back and forth to Sweden to beg. DN has visited the village where many of the children speak English.
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02:19. Despite the government's zero vision on road fatalities in the workplace dog 58 of swedes in the job in the last year. Julia Mannersten was one of them. Julia, 24, died on the nattpasset on the job

During the night shift on the third of november 2018 was 24-year-old Julia Mannersten into a dragverk on Tarkettfabriken in Ronneby. the
Last year, 58 persons to work in Sweden – for never more come home.
– It is too bad that it only becomes news when someone dies. It may as well not happen, " says Julia's partner Eric Andersson.
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Photo: Lotta Härdelin the Boy in the camp appeal – to take home with us to Gothenburg, sweden

64 Swedish children live trapped in camps in northern Syria under difficult circumstances. Several children have died. the
Children of Swedish parents traveled to Syria to join the terrorsekten ICE. Now, most of the fathers dead. 25 mothers are left behind, and live in kurdkontrollerade camp together with the children.
the DN hits the emaciated stay Mohammed Skråmo and his six siblings in a camp full of ICE-prisoners and their children. The children are orphans and speak gothenburg. They ask to go with DN's team to Sweden.
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Link to graphics Your place for sale: tracked you of apps – information on where you have been sold

Imagine that someone has a database that maps where you've touched you. Every place you have ever been to. Where you are at night. How you go to work, meet a friend, to visit a hospital. Then consider that the database is for sale. the
DN can in a review revealing how hundreds of thousands of swedes will be gps-tracked via apps in the mobile phone around the clock – and that information is sold openly. ”Really uncomfortable,” says Björn, one of those who received their movement patterns sold.
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Life started from zero for Entesar Abo Fooj and Mahmoud Sllam when the permit came. The daughter Mirabella was born in Karlstad, sweden for almost three years ago. Photo: Elin Åberg, So changing the values of the immigrants in Sweden

Overseas immigrants feel at home in Sweden. It shows a unique study in which over 6,000 migrants have participated. The training makes to their values becoming more like the rest of the swedes but the survey also shows continuing large differences in views on family and sexuality.
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Photo: Alexander Mahmoud Isabella Löwengrip: A public life is a mental challenge

As a 14-year-old blogged Isabella Löwengrip of their teens under the name of ”Blondinbella”. Now run her blog as a media company, every image she conveys is studied in detail.
But there is a downside of that so many people think that they are a part of her private life. the
– To live a life where you get pain in the stomach of a blombud, says bloggdrottningen.
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01:58. Now, " says Tim Berglings dad and friends of his last years – and the new music. Tim Bergling thought the new songs were the best thing he's written

The Swedish world star Avicii was just about to finish his third album when he died. Now, a year later, released the first single from the album. the
For the DN:s Måns Mosesson, and Julia Says, " says Tim Berglings father about a year in grief and why the family starts a foundation to prevent suicide among young people.
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Photo: Beatrice Lundborg Micael Dahlen: We think that we ought to be happier than we are

He is marknadsföringsprofessorn that constantly manages to market itself. He himself thinks he is just trying to find the truth about himself – and hope that it can help others. the
Filip Yifter-Svensson and Beatrice Lundborg has tried to keep pace with the man who does not seem to be able to sit still.
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Foto: Peter Claesson childhood friends left the city and created a new life in the countryside

Göteborgsborna Sofie Thunman and Lizette Andersson had a dream of creating a new life in the countryside. When they found a derelict house to buy, they could make a change, and today they run their company from a small village outside Falkenberg.
– go out and feel that it is completely free, " says Lizette Andersson, who a few years ago lives in a red house with far-reaching views over the lakes.
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00:57. DN went to the car factories, raketbaserna and Elon Musks private revival meetings. All of that in order to understand a very wayward business leaders Tesla-founder Elon Musk: Genius or madman?

the Head of Tesla and Spacex, the last year struck elbilsrekord, landed rockets and docked with a space station. At the same time, he has put everything at stake with careless statements.
How can you make success, and at the same time, get fined 400 million dollars for a tweet? the
DN:s Linus Larsson and Nicklas Thegerström went to the car plant, the and the Elon Musks private revival meetings to try to understand the world right now, perhaps the most important business leaders.
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