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Mankell will document his battle with the disease for a newspaper column

Unicef's 'sweat machine' turns perspiration into drinkable water

The machine was designed to promote a Unicef campaign raising awareness over lack of access to clean water

Film review: Easy Money (15)

The distributors would have been better off keeping the original title of this tough Swedish crime thriller: no one would forget "Snabba Cash" in a hurry.

Wayne Rooney is replaced by a cardboard cut-out on United's tour

Manchester United manager David Moyes responds after Jose Mourinho says Wayne Rooney is a player 'I like very much'

Despite the Chelsea manager talking up the striker, the Manchester United boss reiterates Rooney is not for sale

Embryos being prepared for IVF

Children born after certain infertility treatments at higher risk of autism

Children born after certain infertility treatments are at higher risk of autism, and all IVF treatments carry a slightly heightened risk of low intelligence later in life than natural births, a major study has shown.

Two Soldiers, By Roslund & Hellström. Quercus

Review: Two Soldiers, By Roslund & Hellström.
Quercus, £16.99

Whatever your ultimate response to this new novel by the Swedish criminologist and ex-criminal duo, the hardest-hitting writers of the Scandinavian crime wave, you will find yourself utterly engaged from the very first chapter. Whether or not (through the 600 pages of Two Soldiers) that inexorable grip is maintained is perhaps more open to debate.

Tom Odell: The critics’ pick gets a big stage

Electro duo Icona Pop and Tom Odell reach number one

Electro pop duo Icona Pop and BRIT award winner Tom Odell gave the summit of the UK charts a shake-up as both crashed in at the very top.

Peter Sellers, as President Merkin Muffley in Dr Stragelove, using the mythical red phone

Washington's big red phone to the Kremlin is the stuff of Cold War fantasy

Direct communication between the superpowers was never established with a direct, dedicated phone line, it has emerged.

Emilia Gorecka was spurred on to finish second in the 5,000m

Britain's new wave adds shine amid the showers

For a good while on Sunday, the European Team Championships were in danger of being washed out – or flooded indoors.

Rio Ferdinand

Manchester United add another date to mammoth pre-season tour

The Red Devils will visit Stockholm in August

Physical performance: Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan announced nine UK dates this autumn

The artist will play dates in Glasgow, Blackpool and London

A car set on fire burns, following riots in the Stockholm suburb of Kista

Sweden unrest: Stockholm police ask for reinforcements to quell ongoing riots

Officers from other major cities have joined their counterparts in Stockholm

Bekele Geleta's caution comes as police battle with rioters in Stockholm

Unrest may spread across Europe, warns Red Cross chief

Charity boss 'worried' by effect of austerity measures on Continent's poor

Residents look on with disbelief as cars lay burnt out on the street (Getty Images)

Stockholm riots: Clashes grip suburbs as violence flares for fifth night

Groups from local mosques have been patrolling the streets of Husby, pleading with youths for calm

The News Matrix: Friday 24 May 2013

Net migration  falls by third

Senegalese singer Youssou Ndour has won the 2013 Polar Music Prize

Youssou N'Dour and Kaija Saariaho win 2013 Polar Music Prize

Senegalese singer Youssou N'Dour and Finnish composer Kaija Saariaho have been awarded the 2013 Polar Music Prize, Sweden's most prestigious award for musicians.

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