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- Radio Sweden
Mån 08 jun 2015 kl 15:00
Kurds in Sweden are overjoyed with the impressive showing by a pro-Kurdish party in Turkey's national election yesterday. We bring you the reaction from Stockholm. And ten skulls kept in Sweden since the... 1880s are being repatriated this week to their home in French Polynesia. Sweden is gearing up for its first match at the women's World Cup in Canada tonight. Stay tuned for our pre-game preview. After six fatal accidents, a railway project in Stockholm is being criticized by former employees for its working conditions. Producer: Dave Russell. Presenter: Frank Radosevich. Song: "Emmylou" by First Aid Kit.
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