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Radio Sweden Wednesday

Swedes who buy an environmentally-friendly car will be rewarded by the government, but how much will the financial incentive help reduce harmful emissions here?

A new report says there were 700 terrorism-related arrests in Europe last year, and a number of them were in Sweden.

And Radio Sweden takes a look at a controversial film on sex slavery shown here recently, which sparked debate on Sweden’s role in tackling the global trade which is destroying millions of children’s lives.

Closing Music: Marie Fredriksson & Patrik Isaksson; ”Det som var nu”

A European-wide law enforcement organization reports that more than 700 people were arrested in the European Union for terrorism-related offences last year, a handful of them in Sweden. Dave Russell reports:

Swedes who choose to buy environmentally friendly vehicles will be rewarded with a govenment check worth some 1500 US dollars, to help finance their purchase. But the incentive has not been welcomed by everyone. Azariah Kiros explains:

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