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Radio Sweden Monday

Published måndag 12 december 2005 kl 13.51
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Police stop protestors at Stockholm’s Central Station
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Sweden’s Environment Minister Lena Sommestad tells us her thoughts on the outcome of the U.N. global conference on the environment.

Anti fascists run amok leaving Stockholmers discussing democracy.

And in Spectrum of the Arts, Bill Schiller takes a look at a highly unusual addition to the flood of Christmas melodies now filling the shelves in music stores and on the air waves.

Closing Music: The Ark ”Let Your Body Decide”

Azariah Kiros found out, Sweden’s Environment Minister Lena Sommestad is delighted with the outcome of the Montreal mega conference which attracted more than 10,000 participants from all over the world:

News of Saturday’s Nobel celebrations have no doubt reached all our listeners, but juxtaposed to the prestigious awards ceremony – violence: just one block away. Anti fascists ran amok leaving Stockholmers discussing democracy and the way to combat racism. Gaby Katz reports:

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