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Radio Sweden Tuesday

Published tisdag 21 november 2006 kl 12.08
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Queen Silvia of Sweden shows a pop-art painting of former Queen Christina of Sweden
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We start our new mini-series: ”Queen of Sweden” - a deeper look at just some of the women who have helped shape this country.

Sweden takes a tough line on dozens of Roma seeking asylum here from Hungary.

A Swedish trade union activist on working together with women in civil war- torn Colombia.

Closing Music. Peter, Björn and John ”Young Folks”

In recent weeks dozens of Roma from Hungary have arrived in Sweden seeking aslyum. But as Mark Cummins reports, most are being turned away:

A Swedish trade union has been working together with women in civil-war torn Colombia – one of the most dangerous countries in the world for human rights and peace activists. Speaking with Radio Sweden’s Bill Schiller, a Swedish union activist explains how these solidarity efforts are going:

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