The very first Europeans to reach North America were in fact Icelandic Norsemen, who made at least one major effort at settlement in what is today the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador (L'Anse aux Meadows) around 1000 AD.
(ASL) of Britain in a scheme to build the world’s first fully-automated supply ship.
Norwegian organisations and political party youth wings want free medical contraception to be available to people under the age of 16, bringing them into line with current provisions for 16-20 year-olds.
The price for such a grim spectacle varied between and , the Norwegian newspaper Dagbladet revealed.
The police also revealed an incriminating chat log, where a Norwegian man ordered the abuse of a Philippine girl asking for the victim to be "as young as possible." The person in the Philippines offered an "assortment" of children aged from two to 13, and the Norwegian "customer" settled for six.
in North America (outside of Greenland) was found at L'Anse aux Meadows on the northern tip of the island of Newfoundland, in what is now the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador.
Although this proved conclusively the Vikings' pre-Columbian discovery of North America, whether this exact site is the Vinland of the Norse accounts is still a subject of debate.Less than half an hour from Oslo centre, the Fetsund Timber Booms Museum and the Øyeren River Delta combine fascinating history and unique nature.A fun and educational day trip, says our travel editor Marie Peyre.Watching a slow TV show all the way through is like eating a king-size bag of Skittles and not throwing out the disgusting purple ones. It begins with a scene saved for many a movie’s end: the sun rising on a station platform as a train prepares to part.The setting is obvious — where else would a seven-hour TV special about a train trip begin?The perpetrators are believed to communicate via various chat services and hidden darknet forums, where offers of all kinds of sexual services abound.