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Network Europe

Published söndag 7 november 2004 kl 07.00

Network Europe is a co-production of Radio Sweden and other leading public broadcasters in Europe. 

This week:

Van Gogh Killing

People in the Netherlands, are still recovering from the brutal assassination of Theo van Gogh. The controversial filmmaker, who is the great-great nephew, of 19th century Dutch painter, Vincent Van Gogh, caused an uproar this summer, with his short film “submission”, about Islam and women. Report from Deutsche Welle’s Michael Lonteun.

Czech Police Phone Home

Czechs have been disturbed recently by reports which claim that the country’s police force, listen in on an incredibly high number of personal phone calls - up to ten thousand a year. Report from Radio Prague’s Ian Willoughby.

Nordic and Baltic Countries Terror Warning

U.S citizens living in the Nordic and Baltic countries have been warned to be on their guard for imminent terrorist attacks. The warnings were issued by two U.S. embassies in the region. Report from Radio Sweden’s Azariah Kiros.

Opening Doors Series

Our opening doors series on how the European Union serves its citizens…this week we look at free Transportation in Hungary.  That sounds good. But if E.U citizens aged over 65   can use public transport free of charge in Hungary, why isn’t it the same elsewhere in Europe? Report from Deutsche Welle’s Sabina Casagrande.

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