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  Hunt for Lindh killer: Knife found  Authorities investigating the killing of Foreign Minister Anna Lindh have recovered a knife and jacket from near the scene Europe taste Solheim glory over USA  Matthew holed the winning putt as Europe's women took an unassailable 14-8 lead in the 8th running   Voters rejects euro currency
Anti-doping summit endorses global code Eberharter retains World Cup crown Paerson wins giant slalom World Cup Finns choose first female leader  The opposition Center Party has won 24.7% of the vote or 55 seats in the 200-member parliament Aussies take 2-0 lead in Davis Cup Aussies sweep Swedes in Davis Cup Canada gets World hockey title  Carter scored in OT as Canada won its first Hockey World Championship title in 6 years by beating Sweden 3-2 Annika Sorenstam failed to make cut  3 bogeys at The Colonial on the front nine led to a 4-over-par second round Denmark's Piil wins stage Adu's hat trick leads U.S. U-17 to 6-1 win  United States routed South Korea to open the Under-17 World Championships. 14-year-old scored 3 goals Agassi downs Vinciguerra  Top seed proved too strong for Vinciguerra as he powered past the Swede in straight sets at the US Open Foreign minister stabbed Map of Stockholm Sweden  Anna Lindh, 46, has been stabbed while shopping at a Stockholm department store Stabbed Foreign Minister dies Map of Stockholm Sweden


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  Anna Lindh has died in hospital after being stabbed several times by an unidentified man in the centre of Stockholm
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  Sweden has rejected a proposal to join the euro currency dealing a blow to business and government
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  Police have arrested in a restaurant a 35-year-old man with a history of drug and violent crime
Sep.17     One dead in car bombing  A man linked to motorcycle gangs was killed after a powerful bomb destroyed his car outside a hospital Sep.19   Mourners pay tribute to Lindh  Leaders from around the world joined close friends and family at a memorial service for the foreign minister Sep.23   Danish capital, Sweden lose power  4 million people were without power for 2 hours after storms hit a transmission line separating the countries Sep.24   New suspect in Lindh murder hunt  Police have released a man held on suspicion of murdering Foreign Minister - but have made a fresh arrest

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Oct.1     U.S. past Norway into World Cup semi  The defending champion won a rough, often ragged game 1-0 Oct.3   Freivalds named as new foreign minister  Prime Minister Persson has appointed a new foreign minister to replace Lindh, who was stabbed to death Oct.5     Sweden past Canada 2-1 in semifinals  Oeqvist shot hit the post then caromed in to give Sweden the victory Oct.10     Rights activist Ebadi wins Nobel
  Shirin Ebadi has won the 2003 Peace Prize for her focus on the struggle to improve the status of women and children


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Nov.28     Tiger Woods engaged to Swedish model  Elin Nordegren accepts marriage proposal

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Dec.1   King Harald V has cancer  King has bladder cancer but is expected to respond well to treatment Dec.10   Nobel winner blasts rights abuses
  Shirin Ebadi, 56, has criticised states for infringing human rights 'under the cloak of the war on terrorism'





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  Shirin Ebadi has won the 2003 Peace Prize for her focus on the struggle to improve the status of women and children




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2003 Sep.23 Danish capital, Sweden lose power  4 million people were without power for 2 hours after storms hit a transmission line separating the countries Dec.1 King Harald V has cancer  King has bladder cancer but is expected to respond well to treatment



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2003 Sep.14   Voters rejects euro currency
  Sweden has rejected a proposal to join the euro currency dealing a blow to business and government




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2003 Mar.5 Anti-doping summit endorses global code Mar.13 Eberharter retains World Cup crown Mar.16 Paerson wins giant slalom World Cup Apr.4 Aussies take 2-0 lead in Davis Cup Apr.5 Aussies sweep Swedes in Davis Cup May.11 Canada gets World hockey title
  Carter scored in OT as Canada won its first Hockey World Championship title in 6 years by beating Sweden 3-2 May.23 Annika Sorenstam failed to make cut
  3 bogeys at The Colonial on the front nine led to a 4-over-par second round Jul.15 Denmark's Piil wins stage Aug.14 Adu's hat trick leads U.S. U-17 to 6-1 win  United States routed South Korea to open the Under-17 World Championships. 14-year-old scored 3 goals Aug.28 Agassi downs Vinciguerra  Top seed proved too strong for Vinciguerra as he powered past the Swede in straight sets at the US Open Sep.14 Europe taste Solheim glory over USA  Matthew holed the winning putt as Europe's women took an unassailable 14-8 lead in the 8th running Oct.1   U.S. past Norway into World Cup semi  The defending champion won a rough, often ragged game 1-0 Oct.5   Sweden past Canada 2-1 in semifinals  Oeqvist shot hit the post then caromed in to give Sweden the victory Nov.28   Tiger Woods engaged to Swedish model  Elin Nordegren accepts marriage proposal



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2003 Sep.10 Foreign minister stabbed Map of Stockholm Sweden  Anna Lindh, 46, has been stabbed while shopping at a Stockholm department store Sep.10 Stabbed Foreign Minister dies Map of Stockholm Sweden
  Anna Lindh has died in hospital after being stabbed several times by an unidentified man in the centre of Stockholm
Sep.12   Hunt for Lindh killer: Knife found  Authorities investigating the killing of Foreign Minister Anna Lindh have recovered a knife and jacket from near the scene Sep.15 DNA breakthrough in Lindh killer hunt  DNA have been recovered from the baseball hat worn by the killer of Foreign Minister Sep.16   Suspect arrested in Lindh killing
  Police have arrested in a restaurant a 35-year-old man with a history of drug and violent crime
Sep.17   One dead in car bombing  A man linked to motorcycle gangs was killed after a powerful bomb destroyed his car outside a hospital Sep.24 New suspect in Lindh murder hunt  Police have released a man held on suspicion of murdering Foreign Minister - but have made a fresh arrest



Scandinavia, 2003 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2003 Mar.5 Anti-doping summit endorses global code
Mar.16 Finns choose first female leader  The opposition Center Party has won 24.7% of the vote or 55 seats in the 200-member parliament Sep.10 Stabbed Foreign Minister dies Map of Stockholm Sweden
  Anna Lindh has died in hospital after being stabbed several times by an unidentified man in the centre of Stockholm
Sep.14   Voters rejects euro currency
  Sweden has rejected a proposal to join the euro currency dealing a blow to business and government
Sep.19 Mourners pay tribute to Lindh  Leaders from around the world joined close friends and family at a memorial service for the foreign minister Oct.3 Freivalds named as new foreign minister  Prime Minister Persson has appointed a new foreign minister to replace Lindh, who was stabbed to death Oct.10   Rights activist Ebadi wins Nobel
  Shirin Ebadi has won the 2003 Peace Prize for her focus on the struggle to improve the status of women and children
Dec.1 King Harald V has cancer  King has bladder cancer but is expected to respond well to treatment Dec.10 Nobel winner blasts rights abuses
  Shirin Ebadi, 56, has criticised states for infringing human rights 'under the cloak of the war on terrorism'