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

Former ABBA member Bjorn Ulvaeus poses for the media in front of an exhibit at the new ABBA - The Museum in Stockholm

Abba take a chance on museum - and fans can try on the costumes

Abba want to be remembered for more than just their catchy hits.

On Glasgow and Edinburgh, By Robert Crawford

A study of the love and hate between 'enlightenment' Edinburgh and 'industrial' Glasgow

Police in Stockholm find drugs and stun gun on Justin Bieber’s tour bus

Police have not yet specified what kind of drug was found

Bebo Valdes in 2005, performing at the 10th International Jazz Festival in Uruguay

Bebo Valdes: Influential pianist and bandleader

Seen as part of the old society following the revolution in Cuba, he left the country for good

Peter Duckworth, soldier and olympian

Peter Duckworth: Soldier and Olympian

Peter Duckworth faced an agonising choice in 1951: should he lead the British modern pentathlon team to the Olympic Games in Helsinki, or should he go with his regiment, the 5th Royal Inniskilling Dragoon Guards, to Korea?

Ireland player Jonathan Walters looks dejected at the end of Ireland's 2-2 draw with Austria

Giovanni Trapattoni insists Republic of Ireland are still in hunt for 2014 World Cup qualification

Austria scored a late equaliser last night to dent their chances

Giovanni Trapattoni, the Republic of Ireland manager, has opted for Derby County striker Conor Sammon to replace the injured Robbie Keane

World Cup qualifiers: Republic of Ireland v Austria match preview

A look ahead to tonight’s World Cup qualifier at the Aviva Stadium

Dive in: Visit the baths of Budapest - it's one of the cities where you could make more of your money

Budapest judged as best for Brits seeking best value for their pound

Budapest is the best bet for Britons looking to stretch their holiday spending money.

Five-minute memoir: A rooftop friendship

One day the phone rang and it was my father-in-law. The news was this: Roger had died. Cancer. I hadn't known.

Wilfried Zaha scored his first goal for England Under-21

Rising Manchester United star Wilfried Zaha on way to living up to his £15m price-tag

Now a United player, England prospect is set for a tilt at the European Under-21 title

Giovanni Trapattoni gestures during his side’s 6-1 defeat to Germany

Giovanni Trapattoni backs Republic of Ireland spirit over flair ahead of Sweden test

Republic of Ireland manager Giovanni Trapattoni is convinced his team's strong spirit makes up for their lack of individual flair.

SITTING PRETTY: One of the highlights of the collection, this tan leather SO3 Seglora sofa is eminently desirable and the leather should age beautifully. £1,400

A rare Stockholm collection

Ikea launches its seldom seen Stockholm range next month. Trish Lorenz gets a sneak peak

American novels are becoming more emotional

The plot thickens... Why are British novels becoming less emotional, and US ones more so?

John Walsh discovers a whole new chapter of scientific research

Thrifty Swedes donate horsemeat cast-offs to homeless

Horsemeat-tainted lasagne will be donated to Church kitchen

Princess Lilian of Sweden

Hejdå to Sweden's Welsh-born Princess Lilian, who has died aged 97

Sweden’s Princess Lilian captured the heart of a prince – and then an entire nation

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China's influence on fashion

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Bread from heaven

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Robert Fisk in Abu Dhabi: The Emirates' out-of-sight migrant workers helping to build the dream projects of its rulers

Robert Fisk in Abu Dhabi

The Emirates' out-of-sight migrant workers helping to build the dream projects of its rulers
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Iwan Rheon interview: Game of Thrones star returns to his Welsh roots to record debut album

Iwan Rheon is returning to his Welsh roots

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Increasing numbers of homeless people in America keep their mobile phones on the streets

Homeless people keep mobile phones

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