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- Radio Sweden
Tis 10 feb 2015 kl 15:00
Criticism of how the police handled the case of a security guard in Malmö caught on camera apprehending a nine-year-old boy in a brusque manner. The nation's most famous footballer has got something... new to brag about. We nip into the capital's Alcohol Museum to find out more about the Swedes relation to beer. And a visit to James Bond - in Nybro. Music: Maskinen "Stora fötter, stora skor" Presenter: Ulla Engberg
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