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Mikko Ilonen ended his European Tour trophy drought, winning the Nordea Masters in Stockholm

Patience pays off for Mikko Ilonen

Mikko Ilonen ended his European Tour trophy drought yesterday, winning the Nordea Masters in Stockholm by three shots to land his first tour title in six years.

Sailing: Britain's defending world match racing champion loses sudden death playoff in Korea Cup

Britain’s defending world match racing champion slipped to third in the 2013 standings after losing the sudden death third place playoff in the Korea Cup to New Zealand’s Adam Minoprio.

Education Secretary Michael Gove

Sweden's top free schools provider to close, in blow to Education Secretary Michael Gove

Union leaders condemn leaving schools to 'the mercy of the market'

Police officers search young men lined up against a wall in a suburb of Stockholm (Fredrik Persson/AFP/Getty Images)

What's to blame for the riots in Sweden?

You might have missed it last week but Sweden, lauded around the world for its tip-top society - happy, equal, diverse - has been convulsed by riots. Classrooms gutted; far-right extremists seen chasing immigrants around a suburb. So what's the cause?

Julian Assange on the balcony of the Ecuadorian embassy

Don’t forget about my rights, says Julian Assange ‘sex victim’

Lawyer tells of woman’s suffering a year on from WikiLeaks founder’s flight to embassy

Norwich winger Anthony Pilkington has been withdrawn from the Republic of Ireland squad, the Football Association of Ireland has confirmed

Norwich's Anthony Pilkington withdraws from Republic of Ireland squad

Norwich winger Anthony Pilkington has been withdrawn from the Republic of Ireland squad, the Football Association of Ireland has confirmed.

Britain’s Ian Williams wins German match racing grand prix

A win in the German match racing grand prix gave a flying start to the defending champion, Britain’s Ian Williams, and a boost to his Team GAC Pindar campaign to win a record five world titles on the Alpari World Match Racing Tour.

<b>Denmark: Emmelie de Forest performing 'Only Teardrops'</b>
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20-year-old Emmelie de Forest started singing professionally aged just 14. She has toured the whole of Denmark with Scottish musician Fraser Neill performing their own songs as well as folk/blues versions of Nirvana and Johnny Cash. "I have always preferred singing without wearing high heels or shoes. Being barefoot makes me feel closer to the ground, the earth and makes me feel more relaxed," Emmelie says.

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Eurovision 2013: Denmark's Emmelie de Forest is bookies' favourite to win

Favourites Denmark could prove a disaster for bookies if they land their predicted win at the Eurovision Song Contest tomorrow night.

First female chairman at Eurostar

Eurostar has appointed its first female chairman, with Clare Hollingsworth set to take over from the incumbent Richard Brown in June. Ms Hollingsworth was chief executive of the private hospital group Spire Healthcare, and managing director of Caledonian Airways.

Peter Sunde

Career change: Pirate Bay founder Peter Sunde to stand in European Parliament elections

A co-founder of Pirate Bay has decided to make a radical career change and stand in the 2014 European Parliament elections in Finland.

Peter Eriksson

UK Athletics rocked by announcement Peter Eriksson is to stand down as head coach

The Swede replaced Charles van Commenee last October

A show jumping Rabbit clears a hurdle at the London Pet Show

Jump rabbit, jump rabbit, jump jump jump: Showjumping bunnies star at London Pet Show

No, your eyes are not deceiving you. The accompanying picture is indeed a showjumping rabbit, taking part in an agility test at the London Pet Show, which took place at the weekend.

Britain's migratory birds stay away as climate change moves their wintering areas further north

Migratory waterbirds have shifted their wintering areas north-eastwards due to Europe's changing climate, scientists have revealed.

Likes don't save lives: Unicef campaign takes on ‘slacktivism’

A new campaign for children's charity UNICEF highlights dissatisfaction within the charity sector for support that stops at engagement on social media.

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