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Radio Sweden Thursday

The parliamentary hearing into the handling of the Tsunami crisis reaches its climax; We look at the repurcussions for the government.

We’re at a farm for children to find out how its handling national orders to keep all poultry and tame birds indoors.

And we’ve all the latest from the Winter Olympics as Sweden has more medals firmly in sight.

Closing Music: Kent ”Palace and Pain”

The Swedish parliament’s Committee on the Constitution has been holding hearings on the government’s slow reaxtion to the Asian tsunami disaster. On Thursday it was the turn of the Prime Minister and the Foreign Minister. Our reporter Azariah Kiros asked an expert on constitutional issues, Anders Sannerstedt from the University of Lund, just what the committee would be able to achieve from the hearings:

With the threat of bird flu coming ever closer to Sweden, the Ministry of Agriculture has come out with new guidelines.  Our reporter Gaby Katz visited a farm that’s leaving nothing to chance:

Valentine’s day might have been on Tuesday but love is still in the air here in Sweden...or is it? For this month’s Street Talk, Serena Möller found how high on the romantic scale Swedes really are:

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