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Sweden Today July 2006

Published lördag 1 juli 2006 kl 05.30
Demonstrators in Stockholm against the closing of the Pirate Bay

In the July 1 edition of Sweden Today, our review of the mnth gone by:

The controversial report from the Commission on Weapons of Mass Destruction.

The Pirate Bay shutdown, allegedly under pressure from the United States.

Sweden’s worst serial rapist confesses, the first trial against a father for forcing genital mutilation on his daughter, and a criminology prize winner’s concerns about sexual violence in war, and its aftermath.

The air ticket tax, will it actually help the environment, or just take travel away from the less affluent?

Closing Music: ”Sommartid” by Magnus Uggla

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