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SPORTS
May 29, 1989
U.S.-bred Napoletano, driven by Stig H. Johansson of Sweden, won the 37th Elitloppet, Europe's richest harness race with a purse of $170,000, at Stockholm, Sweden.
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NEWS
September 14, 1989 | From Times Wire Services
Christer Pettersson, sentenced to life in jail for the 1986 murder of Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme, surprised his appeals court hearing today by confessing to 600 robberies. "I robbed 600 people between 1970 and 1977, two each week. . . . Most of them were amphetamine dealers," he told the Stockholm appeals court.
NEWS
March 13, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
South African black nationalist Nelson R. Mandela and ailing Oliver R. Tambo, president of the African National Congress, held an emotional reunion after 27 years. A jubilant crowd of Swedes and Africans greeted Mandela and his wife, Winnie, at the Stockholm airport after they arrived from Tanzania. Mandela, 71, and Tambo, 72, once law partners, had not seen each other since Mandela was jailed in South Africa 27 years ago and Tambo went into exile. They met at a castle near Stockholm.
SPORTS
April 23, 1989
Andrei Khomutov had a goal and an assist as the unbeaten Soviet Union edged Canada, 4-3, for its sixth consecutive victory in the World Hockey Championships at Stockholm. The Soviets need only a tie against defending champion Sweden Monday to finish on top of the preliminary-round standings.
NEWS
April 9, 1985 | From Reuters
Three U.S. congresswomen said Monday they will attend the first global meeting of women parliament members on disarmament in Stockholm on Thursday and Friday. The three are Reps. Patricia Schroeder (D-Colo.) and Claudine Schneider (R-R.I.) and California Rep. Barbara Boxer (D-Greenbrae).
NEWS
July 14, 2010 | Josh Jenisch, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
In Stockholm today, Antonio was named handsomest prince in the land, narrowly beating out Josh , who had held the title for 60 years.
SPORTS
April 16, 1989
Sergei Makarov scored the go-ahead goal and the heavily favored Soviet Union defeated the United States, 4-2, in the first round of the World Hockey Championships at Stockholm. The young United States team, manned by National Hockey League and college players, neutralized the feared Soviet attack for almost 2 1/2 periods until the speedy Makarov cut in from the right flank and beat University of Minnesota goalie Robb Stauber to break a 2-2 tie. Defending world champion Sweden beat Group A newcomer Poland, 5-1, and Czechoslovakia and West Germany tied, 3-3, in other games at Stockholm's new Globe Arena.
TRAVEL
October 12, 2003
I want to thank you for the article ["Sweden's Treasured Isle," June 8] by Susan Miller about the Swedish island of Uto. We spent one night in the hotel there and also had dinner in the Vardhus. Our room was lovely, with attached bath, a mini-fridge and a lovely balcony overlooking the marina. The food was wonderful, and English was spoken easily by all the staff. We rented bicycles and rode for a few hours in peace and quiet. We took the ferry from Stockholm, and the archipelago is gorgeous in summer.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 30, 2011 | By Paula L. Woods, Special to the Los Angeles Times
Three Seconds A Novel Anders Roslund and Börge Hellström Translated from the Swedish by Kari Dickson Silver Oak: 489 pp., $24.95 Appetites whetted by the astronomical success of Stieg Larsson's "Girl Who" series, publishers and readers alike are on the hunt for the Next Big Swedish Crime Novel. What gets glossed over in that quest is the fact that four Swedish writers ? Henning Mankell, Hakan Nesser, Ake Edwardson and Inger Frimansson? have toiled in the field for decades and produced among them nine powerful, award-winning books.
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