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Sweden Today - March

Published lördag 12 mars 2005 kl 06.00

In the aftermath of the Asian tsunami, the European Union looks to revamp its disaster response plans.

The list of Swedish dead and missing is finally released here, but only after a court battle.

A kidnapped Swedish executive is released unharmed after two weeks in captivity.

When does the right to free speech outweigh the rights of those who are being attacked?

Police cutbacks around the country have led to private security firms and even citizens picking up the slack.

Public Television fights back against its commercial rivals…and causes quite the controversy in the process.

And the Abba musical Mamma Mia finally came home to Sweden…

Closing Music: Soundtrack of Our Lives ”Believe I Found”

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