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Radio Sweden Thursday

Published torsdag 11 januari 2007 kl 13.03
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The terrorist indictment in Bosnia
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A 19 year old Swede is found guilty of terror-related offences and sentenced to more than 15 years in prison by a court in Sarajevo.

Learning from the past to understand the present and future. We visit The Museum of National Antiquities.

And in this edition of ”Nordic Lights” Bill Schiller takes us to the National Museum of Fine Arts on the Stockholm waterfront, looking at 7 decades of Nordic landscape painting.  

Closing Music: Anita Lindblom ”Ja, det var då... ”

Sweden’s embassy in Bosnia-Hercegovina says it will be supporting a Swedish teenager who’s been given one of the longest prison sentences ever handed down to a Swede by a foreign court. The 19 year old was found guilty on Tuesday of terror-related offences. Tom McAlinden has the details:

From Vikings to Christianity, one of the best places to learn more about Sweden is Stockholm’s Museum of National Antiquities. Juan Navas paid a visit to find out what it has to offer:

In this month’s edition of ”Nordic Lights”, Bill Schiller takes us to Stockholm’s National Museum:

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