Swedish crime writer henning mankell dies

Swedish crime writer henning mankell dies

MANN, Sweden — Henning mankell, of Stockholm’s north district, died peacefully at his home late Sunday morning. He was 89.

“It’s a strange, strange world and Henning always did a wonderful job,” his son, Henning Hansen, said. “He was a great man.”

Hansen had been battling depression, which he said was more severe this year than in years before.

Police arrived at his home around 8:30 a.m. and found he was “very ill.” Henning Hansen said he did not know why or whether it had been triggered by the weather, but it wasn’t immediately clear.

He said his parents never got a chance to properly celebrate his 90th birthday. “The best we could do was hold it off for a moment,” Hansen said.

Henning Hansen said he’s “fearless” and “definitely not fazed” by h우리카지노is son’s passing. “He is an extremely talented person. He could easily have had a thousand career paths,” he said. “I can’t even imagine what he would have made a career in.”

Hansen said he’d given up studying to become a doctor, but has now returned to the medical field.

The father-son duo began together in a small cottage the year they were 10, when Henning became a fulltime pupil at a college preparatory school, before attending their grandfather’s house on their family farm.

“I never did want to go back home,” Hansen said. “You have to think that some day this life is going to stop for him.”

He said Henning Hansen would have turned 70 this summer, which is two years 더킹카지노before Henning Hansen’s final year on Earth. Hansen said he wanted to celebrate him as a father, not as a grandfather.

“He had no problems and had not any ill health in his life,” Hansen said. “I wanted h카지노 사이트im to have what he has had.”

Tas doctors want surgery waiting lists slashed by 75%

Tas doctors want surgery waiting lists slashed by 75%.

A new report found that people with cancer are likely to spend half their life in hospital – with up to 70,000 people being admitted to hospital for treatments every year.

A new study found that people with cancer are likely to spend half their life in hospital. Many more die without treatment in Britain than in any other 더킹카지노wealthy country

Researchers found that more than half of deaths in hospital – including deaths from heart attacks and strokes – were due to illness.

In the UK, it is estimated that 60 per cent of deaths in the hospital are due to cancer.

But it is also believed that at least two-thirds of those who die in hospital do so with cancer and are still waiting.

The cost of health care is estimated to be more than £12billion a year.

Health minister Alan Milburn pledged to axe the waiting list for heart failure drugs from eight weeks to five.

Professor Martin Edwards of the Royal College of Surgeons said: ‘We will reduce waiting lists to give patients the best chance to be treated and not become more sick by waiting.

‘When we have a serious illness, like a severe heart attack, the chances of getting treatment are much higher if it is caught early and it requires timely hospital admission.’

A new report found that more than half of deaths in hospital – including deaths from heart attacks and strokes – were due to illness. While in all other rich countries they are less than a 더킹카지노third

This means as time goes on cancer becomes more likely, but not always. Fo바카라사이트r example a woman could become increasingly sick with age or go blind in her eyes.

In 2010 cancer was found to cause one in three deaths in the UK, according to the Cancer Research UK.

This was just 6 per cent less than in 1998.