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Inside Sweden

Published fredag 1 september 2006 kl 11.26
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Fouad Siniora, Prime Minister of Lebanon (right) att the concluding press conference at the "Stockholm Conference for Lebanon's Early Recovery"
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$940 million US dollars in new money to help rebuild war-torn Lebanon. International donors meeting in Stockholm on Thursday almost doubled their target. An international donors’ conference on humanitarian situation in Palestinian territories kicked off on Friday.

And the interest in the general election among Swedes of foreign origin is said to be, at best, lukewarm. Today we speak to a group of Swedes of U.S. origin who are determined to exercise their voting right.

And he’s a controversial and popular regional politician - but Ilmar Reepalu started life in Sweden as a war refugee Estonia. His story coming up.

Closing Music: ”Rivers of Love”, Lisa Ekdal

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