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Radio Sweden Tuesday

Published tisdag 26 september 2006 kl 12.20
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The campaign to free Dawit Isaak
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Behind Bars, our reporter Bill Schiller reports from a replica prison cell now confining a Swedish-Eritrean journalist, imprisoned exactly five years ago.

Congestion charges or not? A major issue for Stockholm in the recent election may be on its way to resolution.

30 years young! From low tech timeless classics to the latest high tec favourites, this month’s edge visits Stockholm’s Toy Museum.

Closing Music. Anna Ternheim, ”Girl Laying Down”

Congestion charges or not? A major issue for Stockholm in the recent election may be on its way to resolution. Mark Cummins has more:

It’s 5 years since Swedish-Eritrean journalist, Dawit Isaak, was imprisoned in his former homeland. So far, the Eritrean authorities have ignored demands that the journalist be released and allowed to rejoin his family in Sweden. Radio Sweden’s Bill Schiller reports from behind bars in the west coast city of Gothenberg – in a replica of the prison cell now confining the journalist:

In this month’s edition of ”edge” Gaby Katz discovers her inner child:

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