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Radio Sweden Thursday

Published torsdag 14 december 2006 kl 12.25
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Emergency services are calling the situation critical, as more heavy rain threatens the west cost city of Gothenburg.

Swedish politicians get a lesson in the workings of the African Union.

And in this edition of Nordic Lights focusing on Sweden’s special relations to its Nordic neighbors, Bill Schiller takes us to the prize-winning Nordic African library in Uppsala. We’ll also visit an annual Baltic conference of non-government organizations meeting just outside the Swedish capital; trying to influence their governments on the environment, culture and human rights.

Closing Music: Göteborgs symfoniorkester ”Johannes uupenbarlse”

Swedish politicians had an opportunity to take a closer look at the African Union during a a recent meeting. Azariah Kiros was there and filed this report:

In Nordic Lights, Bill Schiller takes us to the Nordic African library in Uppsala, and focuses on stories from around the Nordic region:

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