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Radio Sweden Thursday

Published torsdag 10 maj 2007 kl 10.22
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On the cards: legislation to combat online grooming.  Experts go after sexual predators who target youngsters on the Net.

Finland’s newly re-elected Prime Minister visits Sweden.  A game plan against global warming topped the agenda.

And many Swedes pop in a pouch of moist oral snuff instead of lighting up.  But a study suggests that the snus honeymoon may be over, as scientists connect it to cancer.

Closing Music: ABBA, ”Waterloo”

When Finland’s newly re-elected Prime Minister Matti Vanhanen visited Stockholm his talks with his Swedish counterpart Frederik Reinfeldt focused on what the two Nordic neighbors could do to reduce global warming. Bill Schiller can also update us on their political ties:

To most people, the Internet is a valuable tool providing a wealth of information at the click of a button. But the web revolution has a darker side, giving the opportunity for paedophiles to lure children to places where they can be sexually abused. Sweden is now considering legislation to combat online grooming, as Dave Russell reports:

Some Swedes wax poetic when it comes to moist oral tobacco. But the pouch inserted under the upper lip not only skews a profile portrai,  Swedish research published in the British medical journal ”The Lancet” now claims that it also causes cancer.  Mark Cummins has the story:

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