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Radio Sweden Thursday

Published torsdag 13 juli 2006 kl 11.54
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Swedes with boarish behaviour!
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In Nordic Lights: Finland takes over the rotating presidency of the EU, Lithuania has a new prime minister and Norwegians are concerned about a hungry polar bear -

More dangerous animals in today’s program: Sweden’s wild boars are behaving boarishly.  

And a stack of summer reading is one thing, but a special library card lets you borrow another person.  We visit the Prejudice Library and come away with a politician.  That and more in our Thursday edition.

Closing Music: Svenne Rubins: Regn, Regn, Regn  

Swedes are being warned today about a growing menace on the country’s roads......wild boars. Last year, there were 3 accidents a day involving the animals....but experts expect that number to rise. Mark Cummins has more:

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