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Sweden Today

Published lördag 6 maj 2006 kl 05.30
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Chernobyl radiation over Sweden
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In the May 2006 edition:

Chernobyl radiation over SwedenTwenty years ago the first signs of the Chernobyl disaster appeared here, and radiation still remains in the Swedish environment.

Two tragedies in Baltic: More questions about the sunken Estonia ferry, and the fate of the crew of a shot down Cold War spy plane.

New research uncovers even closer links between the Swedish authorities and Nazi Germany.

Modern Sweden is heavily criticised for alleged involvement with the CIA.

Sweden’s Finance Minister promises a wave of reforms in his pre-election budget.

The World Children’s Prizes are awarded here.

Spring has finally arrived here in the north of Europe, but Swedes are already worrying about a great summer tradition.

Closing Music: Hasse Andersson and ”Vi brukar fiska kräftor i augusti några da’r” (“We Usually Fish for Crayfish in August for a Few Days”)

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