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Radio Sweden Monday Edition

Published måndag 13 mars 2006 kl 12.09
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Coming up today:

Sweden reacts to the news of Slobodan Milosevic’s death. Just how bad is the damage to the reputation of the International Criminal Tribunal for Yugoslavia?

Manfred Novak, the UN Human Rights Commission’s special investigator on torture, claims Sweden is in violation of human rights over its deportations of alleged terrorist sympathisers to Egypt - and that the country has not fulfilled its moral responsibility.

Anger, grief, a gamut of emotions met the death of former Serbian president Slobodan Milosevic, found dead in his cell at the UN war crimes tribunal in The Hague on Saturday. Our reporter, Gaby Katz takes a look at reaction, criticism and calls to move on:

The U.N. Committee against Torture is now demanding that Sweden should make sure that two Egyptians who were deported to Egypt five years ago return to Sweden. Azariah Kiros reports:

Sweden’s top snowboarder at the recent Turin Olympics has been killed whilst training for a World Cup event in Lake Placid on Sunday. Jonatan Johnasson was just 26 year old. George Wood reports:

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