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- Radio Sweden
Mån 17 aug 2015 kl 15:00
After a fire destroyed part of the old town of Eksjö this weekend, we find out that what makes the town so charming is also what puts it at risk. The Fall political season kicks off with two speeches by... party leaders. Then, it may look like an ambulance from the outside, but on the inside it's another story. And finally, according to a new report, there are so many Swedes abroad that if you gathered them all together, they would form the country's second-biggest municipality. Presenter: Brett Ascarelli. Producer: Markus Landén.
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