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Radio Sweden Monday

Published måndag 28 november 2005 kl 14.05
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The attack against Swedish soldiers in Afghanistan sparks debate at home about the future of Swedish troops and peace-keeping operations in the civil-war ravaged country.

Two Chinese nationals living in Sweden, suspected of trafficking teenagers, have been arrested.

And our feature for today: Sweden’s Coffee Culture.....Christine Demsteader takes a tour of Stockholm’s cafes.

Closing Music: September, ”Satellites”

The attack against Swedish soldiers in Afghanistan has sparked a strong debate here at home about the future of the Swedish troops there, as Bill Schiller reports:

Two people here have been detained on suspicion of trafficking Chinese teenagers. Azariah Kiros reports:

Two weeks ago we reported that a wolf had been spotted , and even photographed, in the outskirts of Stockholm. But the unusual visit to populated areas seems to have been fatal, as George Woods reports:

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