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Radio Sweden Monday

Published måndag 10 april 2006 kl 12.58
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The DC3 was lifted from the Baltic in 2004. The aircraft was shot down by the Soviets in 1952 and according to a new theory four of the eight crewmen may have survived.
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Jane Fonda on a recent visit to Stockholm.

A group including a former foreign minister are calling for Sweden to end its military co-operation with Israel.

The mystery of the downed DC3 continues. Could four of the crew have survived?

Then in Spectrum of the Arts, we hear about the Swedish-language version of Jane Fonda’s best selling autobiography.

Radio Sweden’s Bill Schiller also tells us about two Swedish men who have created their first children’s and a Swedish jazz singer who has dedicated her latest songs to a lover who perished on the other side of the globe.

Closing Music: Magnus Carlsson ”Lev Livet”

A former foreign minister has joined other opinion makers, saying that Sweden’s military collaboration with Israel is contradictory to its foreign policy and should come to an end immediately. Azariah Kiros has the details:

The mystery surrounding four missing flight crew from a Swedish spy plane shot down at the height of the Cold War, has taken on a new twist today. Radio Sweden’s Dave Russell reports:

There’s a call for a renewed investigation into the 1994 sinking of the ferry Estonia. Mark Cummins has more:

Over now to Radio Sweden’s Bill Schiller for Spectrum of the Arts:

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