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Radio Sweden Thursday

Published torsdag 10 november 2005 kl 10.32
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Pastor Åke Green. Religion and freedom of sexuality clash.
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Freedom of speech or incitement to hatred? Religion and homosexuality clash at the Supreme Court.

Good news for rejected asylum seekers.

Environmentally friendly cars take the high road here in Sweden.

And Bill Schiller brings us Nordic Lights, this time covering everything from terrorist suspects to fish crime fighters.

Sweden’s parliament voted to give rejected asylum seekers a second chance. Mark Cummins has more:

Pastor Åke Green is currently awaiting this verdict at the Supreme Court in a case which has brought supporters and critics out in droves. Dave Russell reports:

Stockholm is hosting an international conference and exhibition on environmentally-friendly cars. Azariah Kiros has more:

It’s Lifestyle Thursday and time for Nordic Lights, with Bill Schiller:

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