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- Radio Sweden
Fre 21 aug 2015 kl 15:00
With budget negotiations kicking off today, tax hikes could be on the horizon. Then we travel back in time, because Swedish Radio celebrates its 90 year anniversary, and we hear about what it was like... working here several decades ago... Hear about a recent meeting between Sweden and a party with ties to Turkey's Kurdish minority. And bear hunting season started today, but not without controversy. Presenter: Brett Ascarelli. Producer: Markus Landén.
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