Nils Petter Molvær is a pioneer of electronic jazz. His breakthrough came in 1997 with his debut album, "Khmer." With it, he launched a true jazz boom in Norway. At the Jazzfest Bonn, the musician's performance was entitled "Triaxial."
Marco Sturm has reinvigorated German ice hockey, topping it all off by winning a silver medal in Pyeongchang. The DEB is right to let him pursue his NHL dreams, but it now faces a crucial decision, writes Chuck Penfold.
After losing their second consecutive shootout, Germany remain without a win at the Ice Hockey World Championship in Denmark. The Olympic silver medalists now face a crucial test against the United States.
NATO says its 40,000-troop "Trident Juncture" exercises to be spearheaded by a German brigade, will proceed in Norway in October. Russia was briefed about the maneuvers near its border by NATO ambassadors last May.
The two Nordic nations will explore building the first rail connection from a European Union member state to an Arctic Ocean port. The link would cost around around 2.9 billion euros ($3.6 billion).
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