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Radio Sweden Friday Edition

Published fredag 21 oktober 2005 kl 11.08
Demonstrators in Gothenburg yesterday demanding the release of the Somali man. A judge later ordered the mans release from custody

Coming up today:

Concern over bird flu grips the country after the virus is found in birds in Northwestern Russia on the migratory routes that will take them over Scandinavia.

Meanwhile, and just in time it would seem - the European Union’s Center for Disease Prevention and Control opens its doors in Stockholm.

Swedish prosecutors’ case for detaining a Somali man taken in to custody here on suspicion of genocide - gets thrown out of court

We have the details and updates on the big stories out of Sweden this week and more on this Friday edition of Radio Sweden

Closing Music: ”Killer”, Stakka Bo

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