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Radio Sweden Thursday

Published torsdag 19 oktober 2006 kl 11.44
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”Getting ink” in Street Talk
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Hans Blix, former chief weapons inspector in Iraq and now Chairman of the independent Weapons of Mass Destruction Commission speaks to Radio Sweden about the North Korean nuclear crisis. He believes the Security Council sanctions are understandable, but hardly advisable. 

And Tattoo Trend: Street Talk chats to artist Doc Forest about the increasing number of Swedes ”getting ink” and meets the chairman of the Swedish Laser Medical Society to find out all about erasing it. 

Closing Music: Hannah Graaf ”Naughty Boy”

The international pressure on North Korea to abandon its plans to develop nuclear weapons is increasing. One of the vocal critics of the new UN sanctions is Sweden’s Hans Blix, former chief weapons inspector in Iraq and now Chairman of the independent Weapons of Mass Destruction Commission:

This month’s Street Talk with Serena Möller is about tattoos:


 

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