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In first, global temps could average 1.8 degrees higher

STOCKHOLM - This year is on track to be a record 1.8 degrees Fahrenheit hotter than the 19th-century average, hitting a symbolic milestone...
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3 share Nobel medicine prize for tropical disease drugs

STOCKHOLM (AP) - The Nobel prize in medicine went Monday to three scientists hailed...Cheng reported from London. Associated Press writers Malin Rising in Stockholm, Malcolm Ritter in New York, Didi Tang in Beijing, Mari Yamaguchi in...
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Today In Sports History for July 14

1912 - Jim Thorpe wins the decathlon at the Stockholm Olympics and, in the closing ceremony, Sweden's King Gustav proclaims Thorpe the world's greatest athlete.1922 - Gene Sarazen...
Norway, Sweden part V: Stockholm

...week. We took the night train to Stockholm, Sweden. Sound off on the important issues at We arrived unwashed in Stockholm at 7 a.m. We waited 2½ evening meal at the City Pub. Stockholm: The capital is built on islands...
Elegant old cities: Uppsala and Stockholm, Sweden

...the morning of March 29 and arrived at Stockholm's Arlanda Airport on the afternoon of...took a day trip by train to beautiful Stockholm. We spent several hours in the Vasa...landscape. The next day, we returned to Stockholm with its magnificent 18th-century buildings...
Today in sports history

1912 - Jim Thorpe wins the decathlon at the Stockholm Olympics and, in the closing ceremony, Sweden's King Gustav proclaims him the world's greatest athlete.1922 - Gene Sarazen...
Today In Sports History for Sept. 14

...Racing Association, opens.1968 - Jimmy Ellis wins the WBA heavyweight title by beating Floyd Patterson in the 15th round in Stockholm, Sweden.1986 - Chicago's Walter Payton rushes for 177 yards, to reach the 15,000-yard plateau and scores his 100th...
Princeton economist wins Nobel

...I'm going to wake up from," he said.___Wiseman reported from Washington, Rising from Stockholm. AP writers Nathalie Rotschild in Stockholm; Nirmala George in New Delhi; Bruce Shipkowski in Princeton, New Jersey; and Geoff Mulvihill...
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Struggle to ID migrant dead Abraham identified.In an interview in a park near his Stockholm home, Neguse said the process took 18 agonizing months...Neguse.___Rising reported from Berlin, and Keyton from Stockholm. Paolo Santalucia in Rome contributed to this story.
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Now arriving: airport control towers without humans inside

...Swedish airport because of regulatory hurdles.Ornskoldsvik Airport is a vital lifeline for residents who want to get to Stockholm and the rest of the world. But with just 80,000 annual passengers, it can't justify the cost of a full-time control...
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