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Manning changed data access protocol, U.S. argues at sentencing

FORT MEADE, Maryland (Reuters) - As a military judge considered sentencing for convicted U.S. soldier Bradley Manning, prosecutors argued that his leaks of classified information to the WikiLeaks website changed the way the military allowed intelligence analysts to access data.Full story

Sweden drops final charge against 'serial killer'

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Prosecutors on Wednesday dropped the eighth and final murder charge against a man who for two decades was thought to be one of Sweden's worst serial killers until it emerged that all his confessions were false. Full story

Kids' asthma more likely to linger with pet allergies

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Though many children with asthma eventually grow out of the condition, a severe case in childhood or allergies to furry animals may each signal asthma that will persist into young adulthood, according to a new study. Full story

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EU clears Baxter's $2.76 billion bid for Gambro

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Toddler who received lab-made windpipe dies

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Swedish government nudges up 2013 economic growth forecast

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  Empty nester starts new chapter with new look

A Swedish mom reclaims the beautiful blonde look of her youth, and an empty nester who’s dreamed of winning a makeover gets plucked off the plaza by stylist to the stars Louis Licari and TODAY contributor Jill Martin.

  Men opt for skirts on Sweden's commuter line

Male employees at a Swedish railway station are wearing skirts to work to beat the heat since shorts are not allowed and pants are too hot. TODAY.com's Dara Brown reports.

  Fairy tale wedding: Princess weds NYC banker

Princess Madeline, once known as the "party princess" and who is fourth in line to the Swedish throne, married Saturday a hedge fund manager who she met in New York City. NBC's Annabel Roberts reports.

  Sweden shaken by sixth straight nights of violence

Swedish youth continue to riot and vandalize the city of Stockholm for six straight nights. NBC’s Jenna Wolfe reports

  Swede harmony: Meet world’s top barbershop quartet

Barbershop vocal harmony goes back to 19th-century America, but now the Ringmasters, four Swedish men in their 20s, have been named the world’s top barbershop quartet. They talk the genre’s resurgence in popularity and sing the melody of the famous NBC chimes.

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