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Radio Sweden Tuesday

Published tisdag 28 mars 2006 kl 12.14
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Sweden’s new Foreign Minister promises Sweden will play an active and dynamic role in international affairs under his stewardship. We speak to Jan Eliasson.

The world waits for final results in Israel’s pivotal election.

Clones, crash test dummies and protecting your ideas. Stay tuned for the March edition of edge.

Closing Music: Lena Philipsson ”Lena Anthem”

Sweden’s new Foreign Minister has promised that Sweden will play an active and dynamic role in international affairs under his stewardship. Jan Eliasson met the media last night before heading back to New York where he currently serves as President of the United Nations General Assembly. Radio Sweden’s Dave Russell reports:

As Israelis headed to the polls in a pivotal election, the world waits for final results which could redraw Israel’s borders and determine the course of peacemaking in the Middle East. Radio Sweden’s Gaby Katz reports:

Sweden’s most notorious Cold War spy Stig Wennerstrom, known to his Soviet spymasters by the codename ”the Eagle”, has died at the age of 99. Judi Milar has more:

Over to Gaby Katz for this month’s edition of edge. Swedish science and technology brought out of the lab and to your doorstep:

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