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Radio Sweden Thursday

The Ethiopian government has shown smiling terror detainees including a man who says he’s a Swedish citizen, on state-run television. 

The Eiffel Tower, the Empire State Building and ... Stockholms Kallbadhus.  A Swedish architecture firm wants to put a landmark in with the big players.

And our wrap of the Nordic scene takes us to the art exhibition of a Danish artist fascinated by wild and rugged nature.  Tune in for that and some Norwegian love songs.

Closing Music: Sahara Hotnights: CHEEK TO CHEEK

Eight terrorist suspects have been shown on Ethiopia’s state television smiling and thanking the government there for treating them so well. One says he is a Swedish citizen. There’s been strong criticism here of the TV appearances. Azariah Kiros has more:

Stockholm may soon have another landmark besides City Hall and the Globe Arena to identify the capital with. As Radio Sweden’s Juan Navas finds out, the proposal isn’t just another old building - this construction would float on the waters of downtown Stockholm and be environmentally-friendly to boot:

From wild and rugged nature through the eyes of a Danish artist to a young Norwegian ballad singer - Bill Schiller brings us an insight into the Nordic culture scene:

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