From the spectacular northern lights to the great fjords, wherever you look in Norway nature is making herself felt.
Preikestolen, or the Pulpit Rock, is one of the most spectacular natural sights in Norway. Just outside Stavanger, the hike is a must-do for many visitors to Norway.
Malmö was rocked by another fatal shooting on Tuesday night after a man was gunned down in a car and later died in hospital, marking the city's third gun fatality since the start of the year.
Watch nature's own theatre unfold above you as the most spectacular light show takes centre stage: The northern lights with you in the front row.
During summer, the sun never sets. Capture this magnificent experience on a midnight sun cruise or safari before the darkness of winter arrives.
Walk in the footsteps of Harry Hole, the main character in Jo NesbÃƒÂ¸'s criminal novels. Join a guided walk to visit important places from the books.
We have made it easier for you to travel green. Find the most environmentally friendly hotels and activities in Norway.
Travelling in Norway can be done on an affordable budget. Find suggestions on cheap accommodation, activities and means of transportation.
Beautiful landscapes, miles upon miles of prepared tracks and plenty of snow. We present some of the best cross-country skiing destinations in Norway.
German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle called on Tuesday for the UN Security Council to act "urgently" on Syria, telling a Cairo news conference a strong text on the crisis was "absolutely important."
Norway’s environment ministry has given hunters the task of curbing the country’s lynx population when the hunting season starts on Wednesday.
Pigeon owners in southern Sweden were met with a gruesome sight when they found their pet birds decapitated and apparently eaten by a mystery intruder.
Authorities in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia are investigating a language school suspected of running fraudulent government-backed integration courses for immigrants that awarded language certificates while teaching no German at all.
A group of French senators said on Tuesday they had asked the constitutional council to examine a new law that punishes denial of the Armenian genocide, effectively suspending the legislation.
English Premier League strugglers Blackburn Rovers now have both Olsson brothers in their squad after signing Marcus, the twin of Martin, on Tuesday's January transfer deadline day.
A doctor considered well connected to several German Olympians is being investigated on suspicion of performing blood doping transfusions for nearly 30 elite athletes.
Police have raided 17 homes across Sweden on the suspicion of child pornography crimes, following an investigation into internet chat conversations held between the suspects and a man arrested by police last year.
Temperatures plunged to a perishing -37 degrees Celsius on Tuesday to give Telemark county in southern Norway its coldest day in more than three decades.
Some 50 exiled members of the Iranian opposition and civil society will meet in Stockholm at the weekend to discuss how to help implement democracy in Iran, organisers said Tuesday.
After the introduction of tuition fees to Swedish universities, the country has been experiencing an influx of fictitious colleges requesting to establish themselves in Sweden.
Minecraft, a Swedish developed computer game that has taken the world by storm, shocked players across the globe recently by greeting them with a racially offensive term.
After a relatively mild start to the winter, temperatures in Switzerland are set to plummet to as low as minus 20 degrees Celsius later this week.
The mayor of Turbenthal in northern Switzerland is anticipating widespread protests after the Federal Office for Migration announced plans to convert a disused missile base into a new asylum centre.
Swedish-Swiss engineering giant ABB has admitted it considered contacting newspaper editors to ask them to stop using the firm’s name as shorthand for confessed mass killer Anders Behring Breivik.
The only known recordings of Germany’s legendary Chancellor Otto von Bismarck have surfaced in the former laboratory of US inventor Thomas Edison.
A girl’s body found Tuesday on the German Baltic Sea island of Rügen is presumed to be that of 10-year-old Katharina, who went missing in December after a coastal landslide.
A 33-year-old Swedish computer hacker, who is wanted by the FBI, has been discovered living in Ängelholm, southern Sweden, yet Swedish police can only keep an eye on him.
Swiss-Swedish engineering giant ABB has admitted it considered contacting newspaper editors to ask them to stop using the firm’s name as shorthand for confessed mass killer Anders Behring Breivik.
German industrial giant ThyssenKrupp said Tuesday it has agreed to sell its stainless steel unit Inoxum to Finnish group Outokumpu in a deal which valued the business at €2.7 billion ($3.6 billion).
German railway operator Deutsche Bahn has announced that some €800 million will be invested this year to improve accessibility at sometimes dingy train stations and install technology to keep passengers better informed.
Sweden will join the eurozone pact on fiscal discipline, according to prime minister Fredrik Reinfeldt who claims that all Sweden's demands have been met.
After consultation with Credit Suisse and other Swiss banks, Finance Minister Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf has offered the US tax authorities millions of internal client emails in an attempt to relieve pressure on banks, according to reports.
Parisian modern art museum the Pompidou Centre celebrates its 35th birthday on January 31st.
A violent fire erupted at a refugee housing facility in central Sweden early Tuesday morning, forcing the evacuation of 80 residents and sending at least three people to hospital.
Long-term unemployed people are still having difficulty finding a job despite Germany’s robust economy in recent years, according to a media report on Tuesday.
A 25-year-old law graduate is pursuing train company SNCF for damages after claiming repeated delays on its trains led to her losing her job.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's two-day hearing at the UK Supreme Court gets underway Wednesday, in the latest stage of his lengthy battle against extradition to Sweden to face rape allegations.
Chancellor Angela Merkel and other EU leaders attempted to solve Europe’s debt crisis on Monday evening with a German-driven treaty meant to end deficits.
Troubled French supermarket giant Carrefour, the world's second biggest retailer, said on Monday that Georges Plassat would take over as chief executive from outgoing chairman Lars Olofsson.
France and Italy on Monday signed an agreement to build a high-speed rail link between Lyon and Turin, the largest such project in Europe, despite opposition on the Italian side of the border.
Swedish immigration authorities said Monday they were temporarily halting all deportations to Syria due to growing violence as President Bashar al-Assad's regime continues its deadly crackdown.
The south east of France was still on high alert for snow and ice on Tuesday as the first serious snowfall of the season hit the country.
With a four-star hotel soon joining the brothels on Hamburg’s legendary Reeperbahn strip, Stephen Lowman reports how the city’s “sinful mile” is changing.
British Prime Minister David Cameron took a fresh dig at cross-channel rival France on Monday, warning that French banks would flee to Britain if Paris introduces a financial transactions tax.