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- Radio Sweden
Mån 25 nov 2013 kl 15:00
Why only two out of ten reported cases of domestic violence in Sweden lead to a conviction. It was supposed to ease the burden of the usual emergency number 112 - but have you even heard of 113 13? ... Lunch at ten thirty? That`s what many of the nation`s school kids are having. Scandinavian gender-neutral toy-catalogues causing a furore in France And in Sweden, multi-storey houses made out of wood is coming back into fashion. Music: Avicii Hey Brother Producer: Dave Russell Presenter: Ulla Engberg
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