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Radio Sweden Wednesday

Published onsdag 31 maj 2006 kl 12.04
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British anti-terrorism experts join forces with Swedish counterparts in Gothenburg raid.

Controversy erupts over a 13-year-old rape victim’s decision to go public.

American author Katherine Paterson is honored with the world’s biggest award dedicated to writers of children’s books.

And then it’s time for time travel to an age of murder, rituals, dance and music.  We sent our reporter back into pre-history.

Closing music:  ABBA - ’Winner Takes it All’

Fears of terrorism here gathered momentum after news that British anti-terrorist police,  co-operation with their Swedish counterparts, raided four apartments in Gothenburg on the west coast. Our reporter Dave Russell has the story:

Controversy has erupted here over a tabloid’s coverage of a 13-year-old alleged rape victim. Mark Cummins has more:

The winner of the world’s biggest award for authors of books for children and young people, the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award, is here in Stockholm meeting colleagues, children and receiving her award from the hands of the Swedish king. Our reporter Bill Schiller has more:

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