Exchange rate trends also reveal New Zealand to offer the best value for money for studying abroad as it's now 20% cheaper compared with 2 years ago
As Sweden and Denmark demand ID to travel between their nations for the first time in 50 years and four other passport-free countries reintroduce checks, the EU’s open border faces its biggest threat yet
Danish prime minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen told reporters in Copenhagen that police were conducting spot checks on travellers crossing the border from Germany
Medics say access to tobacco is 'not a basic human right'
Voluntary classes help refugees from conservative societies adapt to Norwegian women wearing fewer clothes, flirting and walking home alone
One woman buried alive under the snow has to bang on a microwave to alert rescue workers
Man who started the campaign says move 'would barely be noticeable
Two billion people have moved out of low human development levels in the last 25 years, but 830 million people are still classified as “working poor”, earning under $2 a day
An announcement said Father Christmas had passed away at 227 after 'a long and active life'
A government scheme gives a set financial reward of thousands of kroner, on top of paying for flights
The site had previously been home to women from Uganda
Men completed the task faster than women without instructions
A look ahead to the Euro 2016 play-off tie at Ullevaal Stadion
'It is an alarming development that we must be aware of’
Polar night, or total darkness, is set to begin in late November and continue to late January
Sue Watt attempts to master husky-sledging with a racing pro in frozen Finnmark