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Radio Sweden Monday

Published måndag 20 november 2006 kl 12.10
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Innocent but behind bars? Sweden’s Chancellor of Justice wants to make it easier for retrials.

The UN Democracy Fund is not quite a year old. Some have welcomed it with open purses, others with criticism.

Titian, Manet, Rodin. The female nude as muse. But in our look at Sweden’s culture scene today, we meet a controversial photographer who aims her camera at the nude male.

Closing Music: Melody Club, DESTINY CALLING

Behind bars but maintaining their innocence: After a few high-profile cases, Sweden’s Chancellor of Justice wants to make it easier for people to get retrials – as Mark Cummins reports:

The United Nations Democracy Fund was set up at the beginning of the year to help promote democracy across the world. But does the world need another U.N. body? As Azariah Kiros reports, the Fund has its supporters and opponents:

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