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Radio Sweden Thursday

Published torsdag 12 oktober 2006 kl 13.02
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Turkish author Orhan Pamuk wins the 2006 Nobel Literature Prize.

The media here seems to be on the offensive as they reveal one money-related scandal after another, surrounding ministers who took up their posts just last week.

And later in the program: the hijab, the traditional headscarf common among Moslem women, is also becoming more popular among Swedes. Those who use the hijab say they’re proud of it but at the same time they also say they’re discriminated against and even harassed because of it.

Closing Music: Stockholm Chamber Orchestra ”Proserpin Uvertyr”

The Nobel Prize in Literature has been awarded to the Turkish writer Orhan Pamuk. Bill Schiller asked Göran Sommardal of the Swedish Radio Arts Department for his reaction:

The hijab, the traditional headscarf common among Moslem women, is also becoming more popular in Sweden Those who use the hijab say they’re proud of it, but at the same time they also say they’re discriminated against and even harassed. Azariah Kiros has more: 

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