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Radio Sweden Monday

Published måndag 5 februari 2007 kl 12.52
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We humans are almost certainly to blame for the climatic changes we are witnessing around the world. Our reporter Azariah Kiros has the latest on the UN findings.

A chain of convenience stores wants to introduce banking services. But the labor unions say no.

And then later in the program Bill Schiller takes us to the west coast for a wrap of the 30th Annual Gothenburg Film Festival.

Closing Music: ABBA ”Money, Money, Money”

Humans are almost certainly to blame for the climatic changes we are are witnessing around the world, concludes the UN’s expert group on climate change which presented its findings on Friday. Azariah Kiros reports:

A major Swedish retail chain wants to introduce banking services. But, as Mark Cummins reports, the proposal is controversial:

The Nordic region’s biggest and most prestigious international film festival has just ended in the west coast city of Gothenburg. Radio Sweden’s Bill Schiller reports from the 30th annual Gothenburg Film Festival:

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