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Northern town in maternity unit closure protest, Trump travel ban & Angela Merkel visit
Tor 02 feb kl 16:30
Locals in Sollefteå protest the closure of the town's hospital maternity unit and now face a two hour car journey to give birth.

We also interview the the woman giving a course on what to do if the baby arrives in the car.

A chaotic week across the pond reverberates back to Sweden and beyond. We reflect on the chaos and confusion around the Trump travel ban and the visit of German chancellor Angela Merkel.

Also a film which looks back at Sweden's dreadful treatment of its indigeonous Sami people.

Produced and Presented by Dave Russell.

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