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In Today’s Programme, the Weekly Review:

Published fredag 1 oktober 2004 kl 15.06

Sweden remembers two of the biggest events in modern Swedish history, as countries around the Baltic Sea mark the tenth anniversary of the Estonia ferry catastrophe, and the man accused, convicted and then acquitted of killing Prime Minister Olof Palme dies in a Swedish hospital.

Awash in the oil wars, how will Sweden cope with the record high prices?

They were going for gold and they got them, Sweden reaches new heights at the Paralympic games in Athens.

All that and a whole lot more in the weekly review.

Closing Music: ”It’s my life” by Dr Alban

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