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Radio Sweden Thursday

Published torsdag 21 december 2006 kl 12.22
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The collapsed E6 highway in south western Sweden
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A stretch of one of the country’s major roads collapses, taking cars and trucks with it.

A row erupts between the government and the opposition Social Democrats over how international development co-operation should be calculated. Our reporter has the details.

And later in the program join Serena Möller for The Best of Street Talk 2006 - What did Stockholmers have to say about the news and trends of the year.

Closing Music: Bosse Larsson ”Nu är det jul igen” & Lennarts Bossonova ”Nu är det jul igen”

The recent torrential rain in southwestern Sweden almost caused a large loss of life on Wednesday night after a stretch of one of the country’s major roads collapsed , taking cars and trucks with it. Bill Schiller reports:

A row has erupted between the government and the opposition Social Democrats over how international development co-operation should be calculated. As Azariah Kiros reports, the controversy is over whether debt relief should be part of development assistance or not.

Serena Möller presents The Best of Street Talk 2006. What did Stockholmers have to say about the news and trends of the year?

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