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Salen: Home of the annual defence and security conference.
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Radio Sweden Tuesday

Rallies in Stockholm ahead of presidential elections in Belarus. Sweden’s Foreign Minister promises to support a free and democratic Belarus.

Sweden’s Migration board refuses to give asylum to Bulgarian Romas on the assumption that the country will soon join the EU.

We have an update for you from the annual defence and security conference.

Out of the classroom and into the polling station. Meet the Swede who left teaching in order to monitor foreign elections.

Closing Music: September, Looking for Love

The seven political parties in the Swedish Parliament have joined forces with major human rights organizations in order to launch monthly demonstrations against the dictatorship of Belarus. Bill Schiller has more:

The annual defence and security conference being held in Salen, in northern Sweden.  As Radio Sweden’s Janis Pavuls tells Gaby Katz, discussions have circled around NATO:

Bulgaria is preparing to join the European Union but, many point out that much work remains to be done in terms of guaranteing the human rights of its minority group, the Roma. As Azariah Kiros reports, Bulgarian Romas have found life so unbearable, they’re asking for asylum in Sweden:

Radio Sweden’s Bill Schiller is going to introduce us to a Swede who left the teaching profession here at home to in order to monitor elections all over the world:

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