Half a century has passed since the sunken 17th century royal warship Vasa was brought to the surface, but the story of how one of Sweden's biggest failures became a national treasure still fascinates.
A 33-year-old Swedish skier died Saturday after he was carried away by a snow slide in Breidalen in western Norway.
A top Italian official on Saturday called an Ikea advertisement with two gay men holding hands "in bad taste", invoking the ire of opposition parties and rights groups.
An 11-year-old Norwegian boy was forced to stand on his tippy toes for 10 minutes to get air. Someone had hung him up in a tree at a camping site at Haganäset in Charlottenberg in Värmland County in western Sweden.