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Radio Sweden Monday

Published måndag 22 januari 2007 kl 11.40
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Jan Eliasson in Monday's edition of Radio Sweden
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Extreme measures at a school in the southern town of Landskrona, as students are forbidden to speak any language but Swedish.

We speak to the United Nations Secretary General’s Special Envoy for Darfur, Sweden’s Jan Eliasson.

And a highly political Stockholm theater is continuing with extra performances of its world premier of a black-comedy filled with life, and death, in far away Singapore. 

Closing Music: ABBA ”Voulez-vous”

Following recent disturbances, a school in southern Sweden has taken extreme measures against immigrant students. They’ll no longer be allowed to speak their own languages at school. Mark Cummins has more:

The conflict in the Sudan’s western region of Darfur has proved one of the most complex issues of recent years. The United Nations is working together with the African Union to find a lasting solution to the conflict. As Azariah Kiros reports, the United Nations Secretary General’s Special Envoy for Darfur, Sweden’s Jan Eliasson, believes the Darfur conflict can only be solved with an end to hostilities between the warring factions:

A highly-political Stockholm theater is continuing with extra performances of its world premier of a black-comedy filled spotlight on life – and death – in far away Singapore. Radio Sweden’s Bill Schiller reports from the stage of Teater Tribunalen:

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