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Radio Sweden Thursday

Published torsdag 20 december 2007 kl 09.24

Despite the ongoing debate over climate change, Swedes do not seem to bother about polluting the air. The number of Swedes flying abroad increases significantly.

Swedish police register up to 60 cases of rape every day. With the majority of the perpetrators aged younger than 30, Swedes have begun to wonder whether the younger generation actually knows how to deal with sexuality.

A Swedish businessman has launched an unusual school project in South Africa to combat poverty, unwanted pregnancies and AIDS with education, safe sex and self determination.

Closing music: “This Moment”, Marie Picasso

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