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Radio Sweden Thursday

Publicerat torsdag 27 april 2006 kl 12.27
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A Swedish Job Centre
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Sweden’s job centres are shown to have an astonishingly low success rate in finding people work.

Why Police believe some Child Pornography films sent worldwide were shot in Sweden.

And in this month’s edition of Europefile, Azariah Kiros examines the new energy agreement and the latest news regarding the fight to retain Sweden’s Alcohol monopoly.

Closing Music: ”Sister Surround,” - Soundtrack Of Our Lives

The newspaper Dagens Nyheter reports that only one per cent of the unemployed in Sweden find jobs through government job centres. Serena Möller investigates:

Police and prosecutors involved in the trial of a 31 year old suspected paedophile say they’ve found evidence that child pornography films which have been distributed internationally were filmed in Sweden. Swedish Chief District Prosecutor of the northern city of Sundsvall, Marina Amonsson told our reporter Irini Mavroudis how the discovery was made:

A new study here confirms concerns for a wave of would-be immigrants from the 10 new members of the European Union were a false alarm. The statistics reveal that very few Eastern Europeans have chosen Sweden as a place to seek work or social welfare. Radio Sweden’s Mark Cummins has more:

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