Sweden has seen a recent increase in weekly new cases starting from early August, according to the World Health Organization.
Researchers say they have been able to extract a complete ancient human genome from something other than a human bone for the very first time.
New discoveries are challenging the traditional view held by many archaeologists that all Viking warriors were men.
"This is essentially an unknown phenomenon," said archaeologist Raymond Sauvage from the Norwegian University of Science Museum.
Beserkers entered battle in a trance-like rage that was said to make them near invincible—and various theories have been put forward to explain how this rage was induced.
The vessels—which are thought to be the graves of high-status individuals—could potentially date back to the Viking Age.
Louisa Vesterager Jespersen and Maren Ueland were found stabbed to death in a remote mountain camp site Monday.
The summit is an opportunity to present an updated strategy for the transatlantic alliance, but President Trump is unlikely to follow the script.
Russia has added over a dozen new submarines to its ranks since annexing Crimea.
The controversial floating power plant will be towed through the Baltic Sea and narrow European straits to get to the Arctic.
Russia's manoeuvres in Ukraine have sparked concern in one of the few European countries not to join a U.S.-led military alliance.
Could còsagach be the new hygge?
The complex included a manor house and large farms. Written records from nearly a millennium ago appear to describe its whereabouts.
The Swedish military is kicking off its biggest exercise in almost a quarter of a century, while Russia and Belarus perform combat readiness drills nearby.
The Danish design company has teamed up with a trendsetting chef to bring added joy to mealtimes.
The deployment comes despite Russian protests not to deploy U.S. troops near its borders.
Lithuania, Latvia and Czech Republic have all spoken out about cases in the last few years.
Barrack rooms and battle drills will be shared as every 17-year-old gets his or her papers in a first for Europe and NATO.
Where the sun doesn't rise for 60 days a year, residents rely on cod oil and light boxes to survive.