Lindh was stabbed by an assailant on Sept. 10 and died from herinjuries the following morning at Karolinska Hospital after medics fought tosave her life for 10 hours.On the night of Lindh's death, support for the pro-euro campaign rose from35 percent to 43 percent in favor of the euro, according to pollster TNSGallup Sverige, which conducted a special poll following the tragic event.Large posters of a smiling and charismatic Lindh urging people to vote "yes"could still be seen throughout the country on the day of her death. Lindhhad been widely tipped as a future Swedish prime ministerPeopl...
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