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Radio Sweden Monday

Published måndag 21 augusti 2006 kl 11.04
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Cocaine scandal in Sweden (the photo is staged)
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A drug scandal involving former top athletes has shocked the nation. But experts aren’t surprised and police are warning that cocaine is no-longer just a party drug for the rich.

Electric shock therapy has doubled here in the past 10 years. The controversial method is hailed here by some experts, with others questioning the side effects.

And join Bill Schiller for a look at the first ever Stockholm Culture Festival Week.

Closing Music: Eva Dahlgren ”Vem tänder stjärnorna”

In the past week, the Swedish media have been in a frenzy over a drugs scandal involving former top athletes. Tom McAlinden has the story:

Swedish Radio has reported that controversial electric shock therapy has doubled here in the past 10 years. George Wood has more:

The Swedish capital has just ended its first Culture Festival Week; disco, opera, ballet, pop, salsa and samba in downtown squares and parks and in the suburbs. Radio Sweden’s Bill Schiller reports on one highly praised festival event – a blend of Argentinian tango and doom-filled Norwegian dialogue at the Royal Dramatic Theater:

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