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Radio Sweden Saturday

Published lördag 7 juli 2007 kl 06.00
Vast swathes of algae put in another unwelcome appearance this year in Swedish coastal waters

In our review of the events in this Scandinavian nation over the past week, among other things we will be looking at claims that something is going wrong with witness protection programmes in Sweden.

We find out why Swedish Police are chasing mafia networks, in Bosnia.

There’s a visit to so-called ”Little Baghdad”; the small Swedish town now home to thousands of Iraqi refugees.

Young, vulnerable and British...dozens of teenagers are being held as slave-labour in Sweden.

And authorities are warning there could be a record amount of algae choking Swedish waters this year.

Closing Music: Roxette, ”Fading like a flower”.

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