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Radio Sweden Wednesday

Published onsdag 2 augusti 2006 kl 12.41
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FM Jan Eliasson
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As the war in the Middle East continues, top Swedish politicians and pundits weigh in on the EU’s stance on the crisis and not everyone is happy. 

Sweden hopes to have a future roll in peace efforts on Sri Lanka—despite the withdrawal of observers.

Critics blast Sweden for refusing to grant visas to citizens of Lebanon wanting to visit relatives here.

And there’s a growing number of anti-immigrant candidates on the ballot in next month’s general elections—now covering the entire nation.

It’s day three of Stockholm Pride as we continue our focus on coming out of the closet.

And then in this month’s edition of SPORTSCAN:  Dave Russell takes a look at next week’s big event in Sweden, the European Athletics Championship and he’ll be meeting one of Sweden’s biggest medal hopes.

Closing music:  ’Liva Livet (Live Life)’ – Lil-Babs

 

As the war in the Middle East continues, top Swedish politicians and pundits weigh in on the EU’s stance on the crisis...and not everyone is happy. 

  

It’s day three of Stockholm Pride as we continue our focus on coming out of the closet.

Dave Russell takes a look at next week’s big event in Sweden, the European Athletics Championship and he’ll be meeting one of Sweden’s biggest medal hopes.

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