A University of Oxford academic scooped one half of the prize for his work on black hole formation theory while a pair of scientists won the other for their discovery of a supermassive object.
Concerns about Russia’s intentions in the region have risen since Moscow’s annexation of Crimea in 2014.
Ministers promise to investigate after a documentary team discovers large hole on the hull of the MS Estonia, which sank in 1994 claiming 852 lives
How did a country with a so-called “light-touch” approach to the fight against the virus - where restaurants, bars and gyms have remained open throughout the crisis - deal with the pandemic?
Danish right-wing party Stram Kurs is set to stir up tensions by holding fresh anti-Islam protests in neighbouring Sweden this weekend.
One of the trains was loaded with dangerous materials, including flammable gas and a corrosive substance.
Manchester United player Victor Lindelof doesn't only win back possession on the football pitch
The 12-year-old is not believed to have been a target of the shooting, and instead died after being caught in the crossfire at the fast-food restaurant.
Olof Palme was shot dead on 28 February 1986. The charismatic leader of the Social-Democratic party and his wife Lisbeth Palme had just left a cinema in downtown Stockholm.
After introducing lockdowns early, Denmark and Norway are now further easing restrictions.