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- Radio Sweden
Tor 11 jun 2015 kl 15:00
We'll have the latest on the search in Skaraborg for a teenager who disappeared four days ago. We hear from young Muslims who've started a network to try to stop people from turning to the extremist group... IS. Blood donors in Stockholm and other parts of the country can find out exactly when their precious donation has been used to try to save a life. The dark side of the goat cheese industry, thousands of little baby goats are killed here every year to keep things profitable. And we take a peak into one of Sweden's least lagom communities, where one researcher says kids are bred to lead. Presenter: Brett Ascarelli. Producer: Dave Russell.
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