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Radio Sweden Tuesday

Published tisdag 2 maj 2006 kl 11.59
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May Day pitted the ruling left-wing against the new image of the centre-right block.  Political campaigning and violence as demonstrators clashed with police.

A Social Democratic MP issues an invitation to Hamas.

And fewer children suffer from pervasive refusal syndrome as refugee families are granted asylum.

There’s also another chance to join Azariah Kiros for a GreenScan chock-a-block with clean cars and companies in the know. 

Closing Music: Marie Serneholt: ”That’s The Way My Heart Goes”

It’s been a long weekend here, with May Day celebrations clearly reflecting the political climate ahead of this September’s elections. Bill Schiller looks back at a day of political campaigning – and violence as demonstrators clashed with police in the country’s capital:

Mark Cummins now who has the details on a story which might bring Hamas to a Stockholm meeting with a Social Democratic Member of Parliament:

A new report shows that the number of children suffering from Pervasive Refusal Syndrome has dropped. These virtually catatonic refugee children have been the subject of a heated debate here in Sweden but their situation seems to be improving as more families are granted asylum. Irini Mavroudis has more:

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