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Valencia win Uefa Cup over Marseille  Marseille's Barthez was sent off as Valencia claimed the Cup with goals either side of the interval Larsson double as Swedes celebrate Sweden leave Italy in peril   Swedes snatch place in last 8  Jonson struck a minute from time to earn a 2-2 draw with Denmark that sent both Scandinavian sides through to the last 8   Holland end Swede dream  Holland reached the semi-finals with a 5-4 penalty shoot-out win. Arjen Robben scored the winning penalty   Czech Republic 3-0 Denmark  Striker Baros fired the Czech Republic into the semi-finals of Euro 2004 with 2 superb goals in the second half Court overturns Lindh killer sentence  An appeals court has thrown out the life prison sentence imposed on Mijailo Mijailovic who killed the Foreign Minister Hushovd surges to Tour stage glory  Norwegian powered to victory in the 168-kilometer 8th stage after another wet and cold day in the saddle for the riders Scream stolen from museum
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Paerson retains giant slalom crown Sweden stun champions Australia Paerson clinches World Cup title   Missing Dane found dead  A businessman reported missing in Iraq and believed to have been kidnapped has been found dead Prince weds Aussie
Suspect admits killing Anna Lindh  Mijailo Mijailovic, suspected of killing the Foreign Minister, has admitted committing the crime Lindh not target, court hears  Mijailo Mijailovic, 25, judges he 'couldn't resist' the voices he heard telling him to attack the foreign minister   Lindh friend: Attacker was silent  Attacker did not say a word when he suddenly rushed the foreign minister in a department store   Sharon backs envoy's art attack  Prime Minister has praised the ambassador to Sweden for damaging an art exhibit depicting a Palestinian suicide bomber   Crew trapped in capsized ship


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  Rescuers have pulled 12 people to safety and are hoping to save 16 others who might be trapped


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  Crown Prince Frederik has married 32-year-old Mary Donaldson in a ceremony attended by hundreds of the world's royals
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  Two masked armed robbers have stolen the iconic Edvard Munch painting from the Munch Museum
    Athletics hat-trick for Sweden  Stefan Holm took the gold in the high jump, Christian Olsson in the triple jump and Christina Kluft in the heptathlon Aug.23   Gallery defends Scream security Map of Oslo Norway
  The head of the Oslo gallery said a silent alarm went off and police arrived in minutes


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Sep.9   Johansson knocks Roddick out of Open  Swede is knocking out crowd favorite 6-4, 6-4, 3-6, 2-6, 6-4 in a rain-interrupted marathon five-setter Sep.10     Finland past US into World Cup final  Saku Koivu's unchallenged goal with 3:54 left lifted Finland to a 2-1 victory Sep.11   Hewitt tames big-hitting Johansson
  Lleyton Hewitt is cruising through 6-4 7-5 6-3 in one hour 59 minutes, to reach his second U.S. Open final

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Oct.6     Woods marries his Swedish fiancee  Tiger Woods married his Swedish girlfriend Elin Nordegren at a lavish celebration that reportedly cost $3 million Oct.8     Kenyan in surprise Nobel peace win
  Deputy Environment Minister Wangari Muta Maathai is beating a number of much better known world names
Oct.11     Pair share Nobel economics prize  Kydland of Norway and Prescott of the US were chosen for their study of how economic policy drives global business cycles Oct.31   Johansson shocks top seed Agassi   Thomas Johansson shocked Andre Agassi 3-6 6-3 7-6 in a final at the Stockholm Open





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  Crew trapped in capsized ship




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  Rescuers have pulled 12 people to safety and are hoping to save 16 others who might be trapped




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2004 Aug.23 Gallery defends Scream security
Map of Oslo Norway
  The head of the Oslo gallery said a silent alarm went off and police arrived in minutes
Oct.11   Pair share Nobel economics prize  Kydland of Norway and Prescott of the US were chosen for their study of how economic policy drives global business cycles



Scandinavia, 2004 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2004 Feb.7 Paerson retains giant slalom crown
Feb.7 Sweden stun champions Australia Mar.13 Paerson clinches World Cup title May.19 Valencia win Uefa Cup over Marseille  Marseille's Barthez was sent off as Valencia claimed the Cup with goals either side of the interval Jun.14 Larsson double as Swedes celebrate Jun.18 Sweden leave Italy in peril Jun.22   Swedes snatch place in last 8  Jonson struck a minute from time to earn a 2-2 draw with Denmark that sent both Scandinavian sides through to the last 8 Jun.26   Holland end Swede dream  Holland reached the semi-finals with a 5-4 penalty shoot-out win. Arjen Robben scored the winning penalty Jun.27   Czech Republic 3-0 Denmark  Striker Baros fired the Czech Republic into the semi-finals of Euro 2004 with 2 superb goals in the second half Jul.11 Hushovd surges to Tour stage glory  Norwegian powered to victory in the 168-kilometer 8th stage after another wet and cold day in the saddle for the riders Aug.22   Athletics hat-trick for Sweden  Stefan Holm took the gold in the high jump, Christian Olsson in the triple jump and Christina Kluft in the heptathlon Sep.9 Johansson knocks Roddick out of Open  Swede is knocking out crowd favorite 6-4, 6-4, 3-6, 2-6, 6-4 in a rain-interrupted marathon five-setter Sep.10   Finland past US into World Cup final  Saku Koivu's unchallenged goal with 3:54 left lifted Finland to a 2-1 victory Sep.11 Hewitt tames big-hitting Johansson  Lleyton Hewitt is cruising through 6-4 7-5 6-3 in one hour 59 minutes, to reach his second U.S. Open final Oct.6   Woods marries his Swedish fiancee  Tiger Woods married his Swedish girlfriend Elin Nordegren at a lavish celebration that reportedly cost $3 million Oct.31 Johansson shocks top seed Agassi   Thomas Johansson shocked Andre Agassi 3-6 6-3 7-6 in a final at the Stockholm Open



Scandinavia, 2004 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2004 Jan.7 Suspect admits killing Anna Lindh  Mijailo Mijailovic, suspected of killing the Foreign Minister, has admitted committing the crime Jan.14 Lindh not target, court hears  Mijailo Mijailovic, 25, judges he 'couldn't resist' the voices he heard telling him to attack the foreign minister Jan.15   Lindh friend: Attacker was silent  Attacker did not say a word when he suddenly rushed the foreign minister in a department store Apr.21   Missing Dane found dead  A businessman reported missing in Iraq and believed to have been kidnapped has been found dead Jul.8 Court overturns Lindh killer sentence  An appeals court has thrown out the life prison sentence imposed on Mijailo Mijailovic who killed the Foreign Minister Aug.22 Scream stolen from museum
  Two masked armed robbers have stolen the iconic Edvard Munch painting from the Munch Museum
Aug.23 Gallery defends Scream security
Map of Oslo Norway
  The head of the Oslo gallery said a silent alarm went off and police arrived in minutes




Scandinavia, 2004 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2004 Jan.18   Sharon backs envoy's art attack  Prime Minister has praised the ambassador to Sweden for damaging an art exhibit depicting a Palestinian suicide bomber May.14 Prince weds Aussie
  Crown Prince Frederik has married 32-year-old Mary Donaldson in a ceremony attended by hundreds of the world's royals
Oct.8   Kenyan in surprise Nobel peace win
  Deputy Environment Minister Wangari Muta Maathai is beating a number of much better known world names