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Radio Sweden Thursday

Publicerat torsdag 8 november 2007 kl 10.04
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After the deadly shooting at a Finnish school yesterday, the Swedish public discusses the question whether similar massacres could happen here, too.

In the search of scarce natural resources, Swedish interest turns to the Arctic region. Together with their neighbors Norway, Swedes are considering to set up terms of trade for the exploitation of gas, oil and fish.

There are plenty of opportunities for youngsters to become consumers of pornography. Because of this, the Swedish Association for Sexuality Education turns with its advice and experience to this nation’s teachers.

Closing music: “Jag talar ut”, Mange Schmidt

After the deadly shooting at a Finnish school yesterday, Sweden’s King Carl XVI Gustaf has expressed his condolences to Finland. In the meantime, the Swedish public discusses the question whether or not similar massacres could happen here, too.

In the search of scarce natural resources, Swedish interest turns to the Arctic region. Together with their neighbors Norway, Swedes are considering to set up terms of trade for the exploitation of gas, oil and fish.

There are plenty of opportunities for youngsters to become consumers of pornography. And because of this, the Swedish Association for Sexuality Education turns with its advice and experience to this nation’s teachers. Their experts say that while it’s a difficult topic to discuss - pornography should be taken up in the classroom.

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