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Radio Sweden Wednesday

Published onsdag 19 april 2006 kl 12.06
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When it comes to integration, Sweden is among the best in the world but still falls short when it comes to immigrant employment.

We’ll be hearing about the situation on the ground as the troubled Democratic Republic of Congo gears up for general elections.

Then it’s time for Dave Russell’s behind-the-scenes look at Sweden’s top police academy.

Clsoing music: Kristofer Åström – ”The Wild”

Sweden gets top marks for closing the gap between native Swedes and foreign born residents--this according to the annual report from the Swedish Integration Board. But there’s still work to be done when even university-educated foreigners are often frozen out of the job market for years. Radio Sweden’s Bill Schiller has the story:

As the European Union plans its mission to the Democratic Republic of Congo ahead of general elections there, a large number of NGO’s are already in place.  Lina Gustin is a nurse with the Swedish chapter of Doctors without Borders who recently returned from the region.  She shared her impressions with our reporter Juan Navas:

A Swedish newspaper reports that many of the Chinese refugee children who have disappeared from this country may be in Italy. Mark Cummins has more:

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