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Israel’s ambassador to Sweden says the bombing of a UN base in Lebanon was a mistake.

Meanwhile several Social Democratic parliamentary candidates for Sweden’s election in September are demanding that Israel’s ambassador be sent home as a protest to the conflict in the Middle East.

Nuclear power supplies energy to much of the country, but it also generates waste. Today we focus on what happens with those leftovers.

And in Nordic Lights Bill Schiller takes a look at what’s going on in Sweden’s neighboring countries.

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Several Social Democrat parliamentary candidates for Sweden’s election in September are demanding that Israel’s ambassador is sent home, in protest over the strikes on Lebanon. And there are further calls for the Swedish government to make its voice heard even clearer.

Nuclear power began to be used in earnest in Sweden in the early 1970s. And according to Swedish law, those who produce nuclear power must ensure that the waste is managed and disposed of in a safe manner.

In ”Nordic Lights” Bill Schiller takes a look at what’s going on in Sweden’s neighboring countries.


 

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