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Radio Sweden Tuesday

Published tisdag 7 mars 2006 kl 13.23
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Mona Sahlin (Minister of Sustainable Development) answers how the government plans to be free from oil as a source of energy by 2020, in Tuesday's edition of Radio Sweden
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Sensitive questions are once again raised after a dual national of Sweden and Iraq is released from a foreign prison.

A new Swedish study shows that genes play an important role in anorexia nervosa. Our medical reporter brings us the details.

Then in Greenscan we’ll meet one of the world’s leading nature photographers as well as find out how realistic the government’s plans are to be free from oil as a source of energy by 2020.

Closing Music: Håkan Hellström ”Ramlar”

What really goes on at Iraqi prisons? This and other questions are being asked after a dual national of Sweden and Iraq has been released from the notorious  Abu Ghraib Prison.  Radio Sweden’s Bill Schiller reports:

Genes play an important role in anorexia nervosa. That’s the message from a Swedish study based on twins. Over to our medical editor, Gaby Katz:

It seems that plans for a further rise in interest rates will be put on hold after the Swedish economy showed signs of a slowdown. Our business editor Mark Cummins has more:

Time now for this month’s edition of GreenScan, presented by Azariah Kiros:

Our journalism is based on credibility and impartiality. Swedish Radio is independent and not affiliated to any political, religious, financial, public or private interests.
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