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Inside Sweden

Published fredag 7 december 2007 kl 10.15

National Police Commissioner Stefan Strömberg resigns after months of growing criticism both within his authority and the government.

The European Union and Africa are to work out a strategy for closer cooperation between the two continents. Trade, the promotion of democracy and human rights will be issues the EU wants to discuss at the summit in Lisbon. Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt told us what his expectations are.

Want a hug? Not for free! It will cost you three Dollars to be hugged by a Swedish celebrity, a local politician or any hardworking Red Cross volunteer rattling the collecting box for the good cause; all part of the ”Hugs for the Lonely” campaign launched by the Swedish Red Cross as a try to find new ways of funding.

Closing music: “Du behöver”, Nordman

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