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Radio Sweden Thursday

Published torsdag 6 oktober 2005 kl 12.16
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Sweden and neighbouring Latvia are at loggerheads as each hopes for victory at the European Court of Justice.

Stockholm opens its first rape crisis clinic.

The capital was plunged into commuter chaos this morning.

And J&J bake a Swedish cafe classic: cinnamon rolls.

Closing Music: Andreas Johnson, SHOW ME LOVE

The European Court of Justice will soon be ruling on a dispute between a Swedish construction workers union and a Latvian building company – both strongly defended by their governments.  Bill Schiller has more:

Stockholm Söder Hospital has opened the first rape crisis clinic in the county. Dave Russell was there as they opened their doors to the press and spoke with the head of the department for rape victims, Lotta Hellström:

There was rush hour chaos in Stockholm today as subway drivers staged a wildcat strike. Mark Cummins has the story:

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