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Sweden Today - December

Published lördag 3 december 2005 kl 17.03
Robert Plant

Sweden is rocked by the news of a violent attack against soldiers in Afghanistan.

The government comes under fire for allowing CIA planes to make stopovers here.

The debate over apathetic refugee children heats up with new accusations.

New asylum laws give hope to thousands.

Stockholm weighs the financial benefits of treating drug abusers abroad.

It’s the sale of the century:  the Swedish military unloads everything from tanks to tweezers.

And this year’s Polar Prize goes to British heavy metal legends Led Zepplin and Russian conductor Valery Gergiev.

Closing Music: ’Immigrant Song’ – Polar Prize winners Led Zepplin

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