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The 20 most-read stories on DN.see 2018
1. The secret on the sea of Åland – after 34 years, they tell what they saw After 34 years of returns Helena af Klercker and Lou Atkins to the where they drifted at sea. Photo: Fredrik Funck.

Two 19-year-olds disappeared in a rowing boat on the sea of Åland a novemberdag 1984. Two days later, were rescued by the soviet cargo ship Dagestan. In the 34 years they have carried the secret of what they saw. Now they tell us for the first time – for DN's Anna Bodin and Fredrik Funck.
Read the story here.

2. The teacher took the debate – but the student became the nazi officials

22 years ago, met a young teacher and a teenage guy in a classroom to debate nazism. the
One of them has devoted all of his adult life trying to make up for what happened that day. The other became one of Sweden's leading right-wing extremists.
– I won the debate but I lost the pupil, says the teacher Christer Mattsson.
Read the story here.

3. So stole the workhorse 50 million – to give to the young woman Photo: Magnus Hallgren

He had full confidence in the family-owned company, and took away the 50 million, but someone became suspicious. The money would go to a guldtransport from Uganda.
According to the prosecutor exposed the 72-year-old for a romansbedrägeri – and he understood it myself at first when the police showed him pictures from the ”flickvännens” 10-miljonersbröllop in Kampala.
Read the story here.

4. Anna, 17, helped the Palme after the shots – then it changed life total Photo: Jan Wirén

Seconds after Sweden's prime minister Olof Palme was gunned down on Sveavägen gave the 17-year-old Anna Hage him cpr.
Then, her life never the same again.
Read the story here.

5. Iryna lost his leg in the attack on the Drottninggatan shopping street, Photo: Alexander Mahmoud

In the beginning was charged with Rakhmat Akilov of the terrorist attack on the Drottninggatan shopping street on april 7, 2017. Outside Åhléns city rammed he a 37-year-old mother, who in sjukhusjournalen came to go under the name ”the unknown woman”. In reality, she is called Irina. She lost her leg and is struggling to be able to run again. DN:s Alexander Mahmoud tells her story.
Read the story here.

6. The parents did not know that she sold her body Photo: Magnus Hallgren

During the metoo-the fall of 2017 testified women in industry after industry on sexual harassment and abuse on the job.
But the most vulnerable were not. Gabriella Kärnekull Wolfe broke the silence and taboos, and became an important voice to the petition #intedinhora.
Read the story here.

7. Fredrik Reinfeldt: Politicians and the media paints Photo: Thomas Karlsson

August 2018: In a campaign where many paints contemporary life in dark colors keeps Fredrik Reinfeldt stuck to its bright picture of Sweden's and the world's development. the
In an interview with DN:s Niklas Orrenius, go Sweden's former prime minister a scathing attack against the media and politicians, which he believes paints the reality.
– I am not a voice for the dark and the negative, but the basis for the optimistic.
Read the story here.

8. Metoo asked Mia Skäringer faced with a choice: ”had to make a decision” Photo: Beatrice Lundborg

As a comedian, Mia Skäringer Lázár time and time again broken taboos. When metoorörelsen started in Sweden, she was an obvious power to be reckoned with. But first, wozniacki faced with a choice, " she says in inetrvjun with DN's Matilda Gustavsson.
Read the story here.

9. When the library of Åmål took the drastic decision to lock the door, turned the Photo: Nicklas Thegerström

the surveillance Cameras and panic alarms, librarians will be threatened, drogförsäljning between the bookshelves. the
In a series on ”The wearing of Sweden” meets the DN:s Måns Mosesson and Nicklas Thegerström, the people in his profession stands eye to eye with our society.
When the library of Åmål was plagued by rowdy youths came help from an unexpected direction.
Read the story here.

10. Richard Jomshof: ”We can't hand over to a generation that will destroy everything” Photo: Roger Turesson

After nearly twenty years begins Richard Jomshof see the end of their time in the SD top.
Then he escalates rhetoric against islam. the
DN:s Karin Eriksson and Roger Turesson has followed the party secretary, who warns of The destruction.
Read the story here.

11. Jordan B Peterson: A lie that existence is based on upon sexist oppression Photo: Thomas Karlsson

Through its bitter critique of feminism and political correctness has a canadian professor has become just as loved as hated.
In november filled Jordan B Peterson another arena – this time in Stockholm. the
DN meets the man who taught millions of fans to watch out for feminism's narrow-minded rättvisekrigare and got the young guys making the bed.
Read the story here.

12. Michelle Obama: ”I could never have imagined this life” Photo: IBL Fotoware

the World see her as a political icon. Some believe that she is going to set it up in a future presidential election.
But they are wrong.
In an exclusive interview with the DN's Katrine Marçal she talks about her lack of interest in politics, life in the White house and parterapin with her husband, Barack Obama.
Read the story here.

13. Skottskadade come in to the hospital in Malmö – then it is the relatives, the greatest threat Photo: Nicklas Thegerström

Nurses hiding their name tags, a head of department who sleeps with a baseball bat next to the bed, skottskadade that bleeding is carried out in the emergency room.
When the gängkonflikterna escalate on the street in Malmö, it can be seen directly at the hospital. the
part of a series on ”The wearing of Sweden”, which meets Måns Mosesson and Nicklas Thegerström, the people in his profession stands eye to eye with our society.
Read the story here.

14. She gave the hungarians the dark image of Sweden Photo: Daniel Costantini

She became the face of a Sweden marked by rapes and burning cars. the
Swedish Nathalie Contessa af sand berg appeared in Hungarian tv with their version of the Sweden – cheered on by sverigedemokrater in exile and under the protection of Hungary's right-wing populist party in government.
Now she tells her story for the first time.
Read the story here.

15. The threat of death scares the ex-muslims from leaving islam

When Mariam was a little burned her parents her with hot water, to remind of hell's eternal anguish.
Now she is nineteen years old and convinced atheist – on the sly. The punishment for leaving islam is death, " says her mother. the
DN:s Niklas Orrenius during the spring of interviewed young swedes who are afraid of violence if they come out as ex-muslims. They bear witness to the bubbles in the Swedish society where religious freedom does not exist.
Read the story here.

16. Why is Alex Schulman furious?

Alex Schulmans new novel is a journey into the darkness. Where will the anger that has been passed on for generations – a rage that is now likely to destroy his own family? The search led him to a secret love affair between his grandmother Karin Stolpe and Olof Lagercrantz.
Read the story here.

17. All saw the star Avicii – but who saw Tim Bergling?

In april died one of the world's most successful musicians, the 28-year-old. the
DN:s Måns Mosesson talks about Tim Bergling, who wanted out of the industry Avicii.
– I could have been a lot braver. Said that this industry is broken. What the hell are we doing? says Nils von Heijne, which was built up världsartistens brand.
Read the story here.

18. Throughout the history of the year that rocked the Swedish Academy, What really happened? Photo: Alexander Mahmoud

On 10 december the Nobel prize in literature have been distributed. But there was no nobel Prize. DN:s Hugo Lindkvist tells the entire story of the Swedish Academy mardrömsår, the conflicts behind the Börshusets doors and reveals hitherto unknown data about when the Academy failed two election.
Read the story here.

19. So poisoned the city of Flint to its water

In april 2014, it was decided to change the water source in the city of Flint, in order to reduce costs in the economically vulnerable city.
But vattenbytet would lead to a health crisis far more serious than anyone could believe, and when the people complained shot politicians the problems under the carpet.
this is The story of vattenskandalen in the Flint – a tale of racism, poverty, political indulgence, and a decision that would lead to disaster.
Read the story here.

20. Children recruited by the nazis in the schoolyard in Ludvika

Two principals with assault coverage. A father who invited the nazis. A mother who does not dare tell her grandmother sat in concentration camps. the
In Ludvika recruit nazis of new members on the school yard.
– It is an incredibly strong, dark power that holds on to infiltrate into this community, " said the rector Göran Törnqvist.
Read the story here.

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