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Radio Sweden Monday

Published måndag 12 juni 2006 kl 12.31
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Football Fiasco.
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Overwhelming evidence and a confession. The indictment of the so-called Haga Man is topping headlines here.

Football fiasco. Swedes have the World Cup blues.

Facing a controversial ticket tax, no frills Ryanair threatens to pull Swedish flights.

It’s summertime and jazz in Stockholm is easy. Bill Schiller treats us to a music filled Spectrum.

Closing Music: Whyte Seeds: Back In Town

Headlines here today center around a confessed rapist, the 33 year-old so-called Hagaman. He was indicted today in a court in northern Umeå.  Radio Sweden’s Juan Navas can tell us more:

Budget carrier Ryanair says it will slash traffic to and from Sweden in half – if a controversial ticket tax is imposed. Mark Cummins has the story:

”Fiasco” was the word banded about in Sunday’s newspapers after Sweden only managed a goalless draw in Germany on Saturday against Trinidad and Tobago, the smallest country ever to reach the World Cup Finals. Over to our World Cup reporter in Germany, Sujay Dutt:

In today’s edition of Spectrum, Bill Schiller meets an American composer and pianist, and we look ahead to a summer of equal easy jazz:

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