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Radio Sweden Wednesday

Published onsdag 19 juli 2006 kl 10.38
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Lebanese-Swedish nationals were evacuated from Beirut to the port of Mersin, Turkey.
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Swedes in Lebanon and Haifa tell us about their fears as they await evacuation. 

The verdict in the Haga Man case – we’ll talk about the sentencing as well as the story of the confessed rapist who terrorised a Swedish city for years.

And a Swedish children’s rights group voices an appeal for international intervention in Northern Uganda.

Closing Music: Shirley Clamp, NÄR KÄRLEKEN FÖDS

The mass evacuation of Swedes from Lebanon is underway while Swedes living in the Israeli city of Haifa, are also looking to flee. We’ve reaction from both cities. Our reporter Dave Russell joins us in the studio:

Sweden’s worst ever serial rapist was sentenced to 14 years imprisonment Wednesday. George Wood has the story:

Azariah Kiros reports on how a Swedish children’s rights group wants to open people’s eyes to the plight of children in northern Uganda:

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