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Flowers left at Birgit Nilsson's grave in Skåne.
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Thursday Edition

Sweden is poised to take over the rotating chairmanship of the UNAIDS board and raises its support by over US$6 million.

Sweden mourns famed soprano, Birgit Nilsson. As condolences from all over the world pour in, we look back at a career which spanned four decades.

And Nordic Lights looks at political and trade clashes; alcohol and languages.

Closing Music: The Attic, In Your Eyes

In April, Sweden takes over the rotating chairmanship of the UNAIDS board from Brazil. Top UNAIDS official Dr. Peter Piot was here holding talks with government ministers as Serena Möller reports:

Brigit Nilsson, recognized as one of the greatest Wagnerian sopranos, has died at the age of 87. World famous for her voice which could be heard clearly in the midst of the loudest of orchestras, she was no stranger to standing ovations. Azariah Kiros takes a look at her life:

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