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Arguing that weaponry has a less than stellar track record in conflict resolution, the Swedish Peace and Arbitration Society has launched a sonar, neon, hip-swiveling, brief-wearing sailor to ward off Russian submarines reportedly encroaching on Swedish waters. The singing sailor - aka Fred - is cheaper and more peaceable than £1.7 million military patrols Sweden mounted last year after a sub sighting, and he emits a message in Morse code: "This way if you are gay."