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Radio Sweden Saturday

Published lördag 10 november 2007 kl 05.30
The Radio Sweden Russian Service

In our weekly review:

After the deadly shooting at a Finnish school, Sweden wonders  whether it could happen here.

There’s a growing political storm, as key members of the largest party in the government coalition are caught not paying taxes.   

A call to cut off weapons exports to Pakistan.

Seeking scarce natural resources such as oil, gas and fish, Swedish interest turns to the High North.

The battle against malaria takes a big step forward after Swedish scientists have been running successful vaccine testing in Zanzibar.

Compared to international figures, only few people die in Swedish traffic. But that doesn’t mean more couldn’t be done here.

We take a close look at broadcasting history as Radio Sweden’s Russian Service turns 40.

Closing music: Jan Höiland and ”En natt i Moskva” (”Midnight in Moscow”)

Our journalism is based on credibility and impartiality. Swedish Radio is independent and not affiliated to any political, religious, financial, public or private interests.
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