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Radio Sweden Wednesday

Published onsdag 5 april 2006 kl 12.35
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Suspected CIA plane

Sweden takes not just one hit but two over its alleged involvement in CIA activities on Swedish soil.

It’s barely even spring up here in the north of Europe, but Swedes are already worrying about what’s to become of one of their great summer traditions.

Then in this month’s edition of SPORTSCAN, Dave Russell jumps right onto and off the ski slopes.

Closing music:  Soundtrack of Our Lives ”Still Aging”

Both Amnesty International and the new Human Rights Commissioner of the Council of Europe - who happens to be a Swede - have criticised the American CIA flights of suspected terrorists to secret prison camps. They are also highly critical of the Swedish government, which handed over to the CIA two Egyptian refugees suspected of terrorist activities. Radio Sweden’s Bill Schiller has the story:

One of the great Swedish traditions could be under threat yet again. Our reporter Juan Navas has the story:

Sweden, along with a number of other European Union countries, has been accused of juggling the figures to hide unhealthy beaches from prying eyes. Radio Sweden’s Mark Cummins has more:

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