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Radio Sweden Saturday

Published lördag 8 mars 2008 kl 09.00
Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt

Today’s program from Stockholm takes a look at some of the stories of the Swedish news week gone by:

Sweden condemning the shootings in Jerusalem, a diplomatic row between Sweden and Iran - and an Iranian human rights champion prevented from coming to Stockholm to receive an award. Comments on the new Russian President, the newly independent Kosovo and Swedish peace keeping troops in Chad.

Also, sharp criticism of Swedish refugee policy and on the police force,  Australian sheep and a German purchase of Swedish truck company.

A Swedish book about the language of dominance and immigrant women here and Swedish colleagues celebrating this as the 100th anniversary of Women’s Day with appeals for increased international solidarity.

Music: Kersti Ståbi: BLÅSIPPOR

Presenter: Bill Schiller

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