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Radio Sweden Tuesday

Published tisdag 6 februari 2007 kl 13.20
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Sami national day celebration
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Sweden’s Indigenous people, the Samis, celebrate their National Day. We’re live at the celebrations in Stockholm.

In today’s Focus, how Swedish business leaders need to do much more for the environment

And we’ll be joining Sweden’s International Development Agency Sida for their new action plan on aiding gay, lesbian and trans gender groups around the world.

Closing Music: The Sami National Anthem

Scandinavian tourists in South Africa are helping seal a major weapons deal. Mark Cummins has the story:

Today is the national day of Sweden’s indigenous people, the Samis or Lapps. Radio Sweden’s Juan Navas is at the celebrations at the Skansen Open Air Museum in Stockholm:

The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency has come out with a brand new action plan to help focus on providing assistance to gay, lesbian and trans gender groups around the globe. Bill Schiller has more:

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