People in the UK have the fifth longest working week in Europe on average
Lavin Eskandar, 20, and Ahmed Hassan, 15, have been identified as the sword attacker's victims by Swedish media
Islamophobia not only affects British Muslims but also plays into the narrative put forward by Isis that the west will never accept Muslims
The man carried out the attack with 'racist motives' and selected his victims according to their skin colour, police have said
Make the most of winter, from intrepid glacier crossings to train journeys through frozen landscapes
It is not accurate to trace gains for anti-immigration politics solely to the refugee crisis. The reality is more complex and it is also deeply problematic for the EU
The historic Malmens Vag, or Iron Trail, traces a picturesque river valley through Lapland. However, its beauty belies a harsher history, as Nick Redmayne found
The Scandinavian country's government criticises the practice - but says accomodation solutions are currently more of a priority than regulating the private firms
The threat draws parellels with a message posted before the 1 October college shootings in Oregon
In the recent Swedish budget, the government announced an ambitious plan to invest in renewables and green energy
Research claims 'no evidence currently that increasing dietary calcium intake prevents fractures'
Svartholm is jailed in Denmark's "biggest hacking case to date"
There's a good reason why people shared this picture internationally
You hear a strange bump in the middle of the night.
Serbian-Swedish businessman found slumped in his vehicle outside his home with gunshot wounds to his head