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Radio Sweden Wednesday

Published onsdag 27 september 2006 kl 12.50
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Ahmed Yusuf
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After five years of living under UN sanctions, a Somali-born Swede says they weren’t terribly effective.

A top Swedish pastry chef prepares his pots and pans as he heads to the World Pastry Championships.

And later in the program we’ll ask the question:  how prepared are the EU’s 25 member states to ban prostitution, and will the EU listen to the one million strong voice demanding an end to the two seats of parliament.  All that coming up later in Europe File.

Closing music:  Eskobar – ”On a Train”

A Swedish citizen, who lived under United Nations sanctions for five years, has told Radio Sweden that those sanctions weren’t particularly effective:

Next week Berlin sees the World Pastry Championships. Sweden has an entry aiming to wipe out the shame of the blue and yellow’s poor performance last time:

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