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Icelandic police warn tourists: Don't look at the aurora!

Icelandic police warn tourists: Don't look at the aurora!

Police in Iceland warn against driving under the influence of the aurora, after having stopped tourist motorists who were more concerned with the celestial phenomenon than keeping their eyes on the road.

- Like one of the 10 plagues of the Bible

- Like one of the 10 plagues of the Bible

No one knows how the worm that has destroyed massive corn crops could be stopped. Now the UN holds an emergency meeting.

Polar bears on the runway

Polar bears on the runway

At Svea Airport in Norwegian Svalbard, travellers may have to wait for the runway to be cleared of polar bears.

Cold wave in Norway: approaching minus 50

Cold wave in Norway: approaching minus 50

- Feeling the chill, but that's fine.

Warning of 100-year flood in Denmark

Warning of 100-year flood in Denmark

"Protect yourself and your property. Strong winds combined with elevated water levels will cause major coastal flooding and significant damage to buildings and coastal protection," states the warning from DMI.

Scientists warn: Super volcano has reached critical phase

Scientists warn: Super volcano has reached critical phase

Campi Flegrei is one of world's most dangerous super volcanoes, and now scientists warn that it has reached critical phase and could erupt, which would mean apocalyptic consequences.

Scandinavia prepares for the storm Urd

Scandinavia prepares for the storm Urd

The storm that hits southern Norway and northern Denmark on Monday will be so powerful that meteorologists now go out with an extreme weather alert.

Global cooling? Snow in Sahara

Global cooling? Snow in Sahara

A thin white layer of snow covered the dunes of Ain Sefra in Algeria. One can safely say that is not an everyday event down there.

The 'Eye of Africa' seen from space

The 'Eye of Africa' seen from space

French ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet aboard the International Space Station (ISS) has taken this stunning image of the wondrous spirals of the ‘Eye of Africa’, also known as the Richat structure.

Scientists to develop vaccine to stop livestock from burping

Scientists to develop vaccine to stop livestock from burping

Cows and sheep apparently burp so much methane gas that livestock is a threat to the climate. Now scientists want to develop a vaccine that can silence the burps.

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