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Radio Sweden Thursday

Published torsdag 29 september 2005 kl 12.27
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Right Livelihood Award founder, Jakob von Uexkull
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An Israeli Cabinet Minister in Stockholm suggests: a unilateral disengagement from the West Bank.

The Right Livelihood Awards were announced in Stockholm today with activists from Canada, Malaysia, Botswana and Mexico honoured with these ”alternative Nobels.”

And join our cultural editor Bill Schiller at the annual book fair in Gothenburg.

Closing Music: Darin, STEP UP

Leading Israelis and Palestinians have just concluded a meeting here in Stockholm to in an effort to pave the way to restart peace talks in the Middle East. Azariah Kiros reports:

What’s often referred to as the ”Alternative Nobel Prize” - the Right Livelihood Awards – were announced in Stockholm today. Mark Cummins has more:

The Gothenburg Book Fair is one of the largest cultural events in the Nordic area.  The 21st fair has just opened and our cultural editor Bill Schiller is there:

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