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Radio Sweden Thursday

Published torsdag 16 november 2006 kl 12.28
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Sweet Toothed Swedes in today's Street Talk
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Sweden and Hungary are seeking to dispel false rumors that have triggered a sudden influx of Hungarian citizens seeking asylum in this Nordic nation.

Warfare, human rights, paedophilia, humour and romance! Just some of the subjects being brought up at this year’s Stockholm Film Festival.

And Sweet Toothed Swedes: Street Talk gets a taste of the country’s candy culture.

Closing Music: Eva Dahlgren ”Ängeln i rummet”

Sweden and Hungary are dealing with a false rumor that has had some major consequences. Radio Sweden’s Gaby Katz has more:

The 17th Annual Stockholm Film Festival kicks off today. Since its start in 1990 the festival has had a special emphasis on young directors, as well as supporting new Swedish talent. Radio Sweden’s Bill Schiller has been talking to the festival’s program director:

Serena Möller now presents a sweet toothed edition of Street Talk:

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