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Radio Sweden Thursday

Published torsdag 17 november 2005 kl 12.05
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A new plan beefs up Sweden’s crisis response capabilities.

Swedes say they’re afraid of terrorist attacks. News reports and a TV drama take the blame.

The Stockholm Film Festival kicks off today.

And Street Talk kicks off its dowdy shoes and struts its cat walk stuff.

Closing Music: Roxette, DRESED FOR SUCCESS

Almost a year has passed since the devastating tsunami disaster in South East Asia took over 500 Swedish lives.  Today, the Foreign Ministry and rescue services presented a beefed-up crisis reaction plan as Bill Schiller reports:

The number of Swedes who are afraid of a terrorist attack has increased dramatically over the last three months. Mark Cummins has the details:

The Stockholm film festival kicks off this week.  Joining Gaby Katz in the studio is program coordinator George Ivanov:

Street Talk focuses on fashion. Serena Möller tracks the trends and finds out just how hip Swedes think they are:

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