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Radio Sweden Thursday

Published torsdag 26 oktober 2006 kl 13.14
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The Soviet submarine off the coast of Karlskrona archipelago in 1981
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Food Security. An international seminar held here in Stockholm aims to help solve the problem of world hunger.

A new documentary revisits Sweden’s cold war submarine crisis. What was really on board?

And later in the program it’s ”Nordic Lights.” Radio Sweden’s Bill Schiller continues to look at Sweden’s special relationship to its Nordic neighbors. This time talking about Icelandic whaling, European summit talks in Finland, discussions of Nordic security seen from the demilitarized Åland islands in the Baltic Sea, jet fighter planes, refugees and artificial insemination.

Closing Music: The Ark ”It Takes A Fool To Remain Sane”

A new documentary revisits Sweden’s Cold War Soviet submarine crisis. George Wood has the story:

Bill Schiller brings us another ”Nordic Lights” putting the spotlight on Sweden’s special ties with its Nordic neighbors:

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