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Radio Sweden Monday

Hamas’ refugee minister thanks Sweden for his visit but Israel says allowing the trip amounts to legitimizing a terrorist organization.

Sweden’s oldest survivor of the Titanic passes away at the age of 99. We tell her story.

And in Spectrum of the Arts, Bill Schiller takes a look at one of Sweden’s darkest periods of modern history

Closing Music: The Sounds ”Song with a Mission.

In the past week or so we’ve been talking about the controversy surrounding the planned visit of a Hamas Cabinet member to Sweden. On Saturday, Palestinian refugee affairs minister Atef Edwane arrived in the southern Swedish city of Malmö and attended a meeting for exiled Palestinians. To find out what happened and the reaction here and abroad, here’s Radio Sweden’s Irini Mavroudis:

The Swedish-American who was the last person with personal memories of the sinking of the Titanic has died at the age of 99. George Wood has more:

Whether he’s photographing a fast food joint in Stockholm or Ancient Egyptian statues in Karnak, Åke E:son Lindman is recognized as one of Europe’s leading photographers. Specializing in architecture and interior design, his photographs can be found in books, International newspapers, and publications. Gaby Katz visited his Stockholm studio:

In Spectrum of the arts Bill Schiller takes us to a guest performance at Stockholm’s glass-walled Arts Center...and we also meet the Swedish choreographer and performers describing one of Sweden’s darkest periods of modern history:

Grunden i vår journalistik är trovärdighet och opartiskhet. Sveriges Radio är oberoende i förhållande till politiska, religiösa, ekonomiska, offentliga och privata särintressen.
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