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Radio Sweden Monday

Published måndag 24 april 2006 kl 13.40
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On a visit to Sweden, Norway’s Foreign Minister calls for a focus on a brand new energy zone…in the Barents Sea.

Spam is the bane of modern communication but any reports of it being removed from the menu are a bit pre-mature. 

Then we’ll be bringing you a double dose of culture mixed with controversy:

In Literary 5 Gaby Katz sits down with one of Sweden’s most famous author’s and opinion makers, Jan Gillou and then Juan Navas revisits the controversial life and times of the legendary Zara Leander.

Closing song:  The Sounds ’Song for a Mission’

The foreign minister of Norway’s new center-left government is in Sweden, calling for a major change in global perspective. He suggests putting the northerly Barents Sea in the focus of a brand new energy zone and in the process providing an economic boom for all countries in the region. Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Stör explained just what he means to our reporter Bill Schiller:

A series of rapes terrorized a town in Northern Sweden for years, but women there are now breathing heavy sighs of relief after the man arrested for the crimes confesses. Radio Sweden’s Mark Cummins has more:

More than 23 million e-mails sent to the Swedish parliament last were spam and that is expected to increase this year. But what is being done to combat the problem? Our reporter Irini Mavroudis has more:

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