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Radio Sweden Thursday

Published torsdag 1 december 2005 kl 10.59
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The Swedish Disaster Commission.
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The Swedish Disaster Commission’s final tsunami-response report is out: ”the government offices did not have a crisis leadership.” 

We bring you World Aids Day from a Swedish perspective …

… and The Greatest pits Sörenstam against Klüft.

Closing Music: Eva Dahlgren, SNÖ

Sweden’s government has been blasted in a public report for its slow response to last December’s Asian tsunami disaster in which 543 Swedish nationals were killed.  Bill Schiller reports:

To mark World AIDS Day here in Sweden, lectures and discussions are taking place in Stockholm as well as candlelight marches and a concert in memory of those who have lost their lives to the disease. Serena Möller has more:

A Swedish drama student has now been convicted of sexual abuse for reading pornographic stories to children. George Wood has the details:

In today’s Greatest: a competition between two of Sweden’s top sports stars...golfing great Annika Sörenstam and Olympic champion Carolina Klüft. Over to Serena Möller:

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