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Radio Sweden Thursday

Published torsdag 27 oktober 2005 kl 12.46
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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad speaks during a conference on Wednesday Oct. 26, 2005 in Tehran entitled 'The World without Zionism.'
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Iranian ambassadors are in crisis meetings after their country’s new president calls for Israel to be ”wiped off the map.”

The Southern Swedish city of Malmö does its bit to fight racism with an annual film festival.

Battle of the Bond Babes: Sweden’s three 007 Girls take centre stage in this month’s edition of the Greatest.

Closing Music: Teddybears Sthlm featuring Swing Fly, HEY BOY

The headline grabber this morning was the condemnation following comments by Iran’s president that Israel should be ”wiped off the map”. The Director General for political affairs at the Swedish Foreign Ministry, Olof Skoog, gave his first interview on the issue to our reporter Serena Möller:

The 12th Anti-Racism Film Festival is underway in the southern Swedish city of Malmö. Bill Schiller is at the festival:

Three Swedish Bond Girls: Here’s Serena Möller with this month’s edition of the Greatest:

Here are the details of our new shortwave schedule, which goes into evect this Sunday when Western Europe switches back to standard time:

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