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Radio Sweden Saturday

Published lördag 24 november 2007 kl 05.30
The prosecutor's house after the fire

In our review of the week: A threat to democracy says the prime minister, after a fire attack on the house of a public prosecutor.

A major Swedish company is accused of massive foreign bribes.

Sweden opens its doors to refugees from Iraq, and the EU is hunting labor immigrants from the developing world. But sometimes it’s hard for people with foreign-sounding names to get jobs here, and many immigrants end up among the homeless.

Swedes love to travel abroad - but how does this affect the climate? And how useful are so-called green cars when it comes to saving the planet?

A hacker convicted, and dealing with computer addiction.

Sweden is on its way to Euro 2008.

Closing music. ”När vi gräver guld i USA” by Glenmark Eriksson Strömstedt

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