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Radio Sweden Monday

Published måndag 7 november 2005 kl 13.51
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The EU drags Sweden to court
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Sweden is dragged to the European Court for allegedly violating citizens’ rights.

Violent security van robberies leads to a serious shortage of cash at ATM’s.

And in today’s Spectrum of the Arts, we take another visit to the Films Against Racism Festival in southern Sweden. 

Closing Music: Abba ”The Name of the Game”

The European Commission is taking Sweden to the European Court over whether Swedes should be allowed to buy wine and liquors online. Azariah Kiros reports:

A raid on an armored car in Gothenburg last Thursday, led to a serious shortgage of cash at ATM points over the weekend as drivers refused to work without police escorts. Dave Russell reports:

Time now to join Bill Schiller for another edition of Spectrum:

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