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Ett avsnitt från Radio Sweden
- Radio Sweden
Tor 05 dec 2013 kl 15:00
Documents leaked by Edward Snowden say Sweden is a "unique" source of intelligence on Russia for the USA. We hear how a children`s TV programme has been pulled into the Russia-Sweden propaganda war. French... politicians voted yes to Swedish-style sex-trade laws. We hear from one researcher who says Sweden`s similar law has not helped sex workers. A home for older people has just opened in Stockholm - the twist is it`s specifically for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. And we`ll also open another window on our advent callendar. Presenter: Loukas Christodoulou. Producer: Nathalie Rothschild.
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