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Canada defeated Sweden 3-0 in the men's Olympic ice hockey final in Sochi to grab the gold medals for a second successive time, and a total 9th in their history.
A goal in each period and complete domination throughout the match ensured a rather smoother final compared to the one in Vancouver four years ago.
The top 3 spots in the 50km men's mass start of cross-country skiing at the Sochi Winter Olympic Games went to the hosts Russia.
Alexander Legkov took the gold medal with a time of 1:46:55.2. Maxim Vylegzhanin followed in second with just 0.7 seconds behind. The bronze went to Ilia Chernousov, 0.8 seconds behind the winner.
KOSOVSKA MITROVICA - Vice President of the Citizens' Initiative 'Freedom, Democracy, Justice' (GI SDP) Ksenija Bozovic said on Sunday that the party's leader and candidate for the mayor of northern Kosovska Mitrovica Oliver Ivanovic will be able to vote in the local elections in his detention unit in Pristina.
Bulgaria's President Rosen Plevneliev is in Sochi for the closing ceremony of the Winter Olympic Games.
The head of state arrived in Sochi on Saturday, where he met with the Bulgarian athletes who are still at the Games, as well as the broadcasting team of the Bulgarian National Television. Later he watched the men's relay in the biathlon, where Bulgaria finished 15th.
Matteo Renzi was sworn in as the new Prime Minister of Italy on Saturday.
Renzi becomes the youngest Prime Minister in his country's history, at the age of 39, taking over from Enrico Letta, who resigned on February 14.
The new top figure in Italian politics presented his new 16-member cabinet, which is equally split between female and male ministers.
The freed former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko gave a moving speech in front of thousands of people on the Maidan square in Kiev.
Tymoshenko was freed from prison after 2.5 years behind bars on accusations of abusing her powers in office.
Despite her ailing health, Tymoshenko spoke from a wheelchair in front of a massive crowd.