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Radio Sweden Monday

Published måndag 25 september 2006 kl 11.50
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The Gothenburg International Book and Library Fair.
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”Freedom of Expression” was the theme of the Gothenburg International Book and Library Fair. It remains the largest annual cultural event in the Nordic region – we have some highlights for you.

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Sweden was a pioneer in laws regulating sex reassignment surgery and statistics now show that the number of people undergoing the operation has significantly increased in the last decade. Reporter Azariah Kiros has met one individual who can share with us the dramatic process of change:

The Gothenberg International Book and Library Fair has just ended in the Swedish west coast city – the largest annual cultural event in the entire Nordic region. As we hear from Radio Sweden’s Bill Schiller, the special theme this year was ”Freedom of Expression” – focusing on censored, threatened and imprisoned writers, poets and journalists from around the world:

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