Candles lit on World AIDS Day in Stockholm

Radio Sweden Saturday

In our review of the week gone by:

Today is World AIDS Day.

Africa’s first woman president visits Sweden.

Revelations that clothing sold by the Swedish fashion retailer Hennes and Mauritz is made from cotton picked by child laborers.

Environmental concerns over a proposed natural gas pipeline in the Baltic.

A town in southern Sweden has been rated as the greenest city in Europe.

There’s concern over increasing school violence and slipping academic standards.

The government wants to grant universities greater freedom.

Controversy over human smuggling.

Closing music: ”Vi tänder ett ljus i Advent” by Bjursåsflickorna

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