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Radio Sweden Tuesday

Published tisdag 29 maj 2007 kl 12.01
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The strike’s over but will airline SAS recover from losses of cash and confidence.

Sweden approves embryo screening to save dying siblings

And Money, Money, Money, the Abba museum moves a step closer.

Closing Music: Mando Diao ”Song For Aberdeen”

The strike among Scandinavian Airlines System cabin crew was called off shortly after midnight Tuesday, following an agreement over working conditions. But has consumer confidence in the airline been damaged forever and with losses running into millions, what will it all mean for the future of SAS? Here’s Mark Cummins to look back on the issues:

There’s hope for three families in Sweden with sons or daughters facing otherwise certain death. Tom McAlinden has the story:

As Tom McAlinden reports, Stockholm is a step closer to hosting somewhat of a shrine for fans of the musical legends Agnetha, Björn, Benny, and Anni-Frid:

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