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Radio Sweden Thursday

Published torsdag 20 april 2006 kl 13.13
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Craig Kielgburger, one of the recipients of the World's Children's Prize for the Right of the Child.
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According to Amnesty International over 2,000 people were executed last year in 22 countries. Our reporter has the latest on the report.

We speak to one of the recipients of the World’s Children’s Prize for the Right of the Child.

And in Street Talk: Are Swedes clocking up too many hours in the office? One survey shows Swedes think they work harder than other Europeans.

Closing Music: Eva Dahlgren “Vem Tänder Stjärnorna”

More than  2,000 people were executed last year in 22 countries, according to Amnesty International’s latest report on the death penalty. Serena Möller has more:

The awards ceremony for the World’s Children’s Prize for the Right of the Child takes place today in the town of Mariefred. The award honors efforts to improve the lives of children’s  worldwide. Reporter Irini Mavroudis spoke with one of the recipients:

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