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Radio Sweden Thursday

Making the Government Look Bad? The Social Democrats’ party secretary, Marita Ulvskog, accuses Sweden’s biggest companies of withholding investment in the country in the run-up to this year’s election....

We bring you the latest reaction to the caricatures depicting the Prophet Mohammed. We’ll be finding out what the Director of News & Current Affairs at the Al Arabiya News Network has to say....

Bill Schiller also picking up on the cartoon controversy in Nordic Lights along with a look at the Finnish elections and the Gothenburg Film Festival....

Closing Music: Lilyjets, ”Going Blind”

As Sweden gears up for general and local elections in September, the secretary of the ruling Social Democratic Party has accused business and industry of siding with opposition parties. Azariah Kiros reports:

This week has seen a continuation of demonstrations and attacks in the the aftermath of the publication of cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammed. What started in Sweden’s neighbour Denmark has quickly swept up the world. Swedish Television news spoke with  Nakhle El Hage, Director of News and Current Affairs at the Al Arabiya news network to find out his take on the controversial images:

Nordic Lights takes a look at reaction by Sweden’s Nordic neighbors in the turbulent aftermath of the publication of the caricatures of the prophet Mohammed. Here’s Bill Schiller:

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