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- Radio Sweden
Tis 19 nov 2013 kl 15:00
Police are to get near-instant access to telephone and internet metadata, without a court order. We hear from a legal expert who`s critical. Corruption in Uppsala council, we hear how apartments were allegedly... handed out to friends and relatives. A Swedish member of the European parliament is campaigning for students to be able to stay in a foreign EU country after they`ve graduated. A report says that music may be one of the things that can help cancer patients. I ask a colleague at Sport Radio just how much of a chance do Sweden`s footballers have this evening. Presenter: Loukas Christodoulou. Producer: Markus Landén.
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