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- Radio Sweden
Ons 10 jun 2015 kl 15:00
New guide aims to help parents talk to kids about beggars. Parliamentary debate. US ambassador to NATO says Sweden would be a welcome addition, but does Sweden want to join NATO? How antibiotic usage abroad... has an impact here at home. Details on the upcoming royal wedding of Prince Carl Philip to Sofia Hellqvist. Producer: Dave Russell. Presenter: Brett Ascarelli.
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