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Radio Sweden Thursday Edition

Published torsdag 23 februari 2006 kl 12.00
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Coming up today:

Will Sweden’s opposition parties get their act together and unite to present a viable alternative to voters? We report direct from the parties’ combined convention in Stockholm.

And in Nordic lights - the continuing turmoil sparked by the Danish cartoons portraying the prophet Mohammed, Nordic support for peace talks for Kosovo and Sri Lanka, a Norwegian film about immigrant-led gang wars in Oslo and Danish hopes of selling organic chocolate to Europe and Australia.

All this and more on Thursday’s edition of Radio Sweden

Closing Music: ”Burning Down the House”, Tom Jones and the Cardigans

Sweden’s four opposition parties have created a common platform called the Alliance to oust the Social Democrats and their allies from power. Now the Alliance has started a two-day convention. Azariah Kiros asked Anders Jonsson, political commentator at the newspaper Expressen, if the opposition allians really means business:

In today’s edition of Nordic Lights, Bill Schiller reports on the continuing turmoil sparked by the Danish cartoons portraying the prophet Mohammed, Nordic support for peace talks for Kosovo and Sri Lanka, a Norwegian film about immigrant-led gang wars in Oslo and Danish hopes of selling organic chocolate to Europe and Australia:

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