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Monday Edition

Published måndag 14 augusti 2006 kl 11.59
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The European Athletics Championships left Sweden sixth on the medal’s table.

File sharing is as popular as ever. Supporters of the Pirate Bay, say being shut down by the police only made the site more in demand once it re-opened.

And Bill Schiller brings us an overview of Stockholm’s cultural events so be sure to listen in.

Closing Music: Elena Paparizou, Heroes

The European Athletics Championships wrapped up in the west coast Swedish city of Gothenburg Sunday night, with Sweden sixth on the medal’s table, Britain winning its only gold of the championships and Russia proving it’s an athletics powerhouse second only to the United States.

Back in May there was much condemnation - and praise - for the Swedish police, when they shut down one of the world’s biggest file-sharing sites, The Pirate Bay. It helped catapult the issue of Internet downloading into the political arena.....but supporters of the site, which is now back up and running....say it’s just made file-sharing even more popular. And it’s also provided a boost for The Pirate Party... ahead of September’s election.

Bill Schiller brings us an overview of Stockholm’s cultural events. Back-to-school blues? A little Brazilian samba might be the answer.

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