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Inside Sweden

Published fredag 23 juni 2006 kl 05.30
Midsummer. Swedes engage in their complicated relationship with alcohol

Coming up in the programme:

The closing down of the Pirate-Bay file sharing website dominates the news agenda this week. The Justice Minister says - he was only doing his job. Critics say he’s doing the bidding of powerful overseas lobbyists.

We meet a Palestinian-Swede who is ”pushing the envelope” with her work in Swedish media

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Closing Music: ”Per Andsu Leitjin” Lena Willemark & Ale Möller

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