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21. Norway Afghanistan involvement up in parliament

Norwegian soldiers in Afghanistan Incumbent Norwegian Foreign and Defence Ministers explain what has been gleaned. Norway also contributed to the early release of a Taliban commander convicted of kidnapping, it is revealed.

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Published on 10th January, 2017 at 1:18pm by Michael Sandelson and Sarah Bostock.

22. Norway bids FM goodbye

Digitalradio Norway car and caravan Norway will no longer be broadcasting on these VHF frequencies by the end of this year, with Nordland County first out next week.

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Published on 6th January, 2017 at 2:07pm by Sarah Bostock and Michael Sandelson.

23. Norway in expat top ten

Norwegian border The Nordic Country beats neighbouring Sweden overall, a new poll shows.

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Published on 4th January, 2017 at 12:27pm by Michael Sandelson and Sarah Bostock.

24. Norway inventor speeds Santa sled

Cross-country skiing in Trysil Norwegian Hans Norgreen gives a new meaning to express delivery for Christmas.

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Published on 23rd December, 2016 at 1:34pm by Sarah Bostock and Michael Sandelson.

25. Nordic Countries squabble over Santa Claus

Reindeer and Santa As Santa prepares for his annual around-the-world journey with a present-stocked sleigh, many tourists will begin arriving at Saint Nicholas' home in Lapland. But where is Santa from?

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Published on 19th December, 2016 at 9:05pm by Sarah Bostock and Michael Sandelson.

26. Nobel Peace Prize “a gift from heaven”

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos made his remark in his acceptance speech, Saturday, using it to discuss the war on drugs.

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Published on 13th December, 2016 at 2:18am by Sarah Bostock.

27. Treaty braked Norway’s car production

The Troll car (1956 model) TROLL: An Old Norse term for grotesque creatures often found lurking in caves or in many Norwegian gift shops. It is also a car.

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Published on 5th December, 2016 at 2:47pm by Sarah Bostock and Michael Sandelson.

28. Norway model still across the North Sea for Brexit Britain

EU thumbs up or thumbs down? As Prime Minister Theresa May marches towards March 2017 and Article 50 invocation, UK politicians continue to um and ah about the viability of an EEA-EFTA-type deal.

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Published on 2nd December, 2016 at 1:51pm by Michael Sandelson and Sarah Bostock.

29. Norway darkness no hinder to joy

Northern Lights, Tromsø Norwegians might be happier than most in winter months, though humans themselves can also do things to prevent gloom.

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Published on 16th November, 2016 at 4:52pm by Sarah Bostock and Michael Sandelson.

30. Polish trucker, mother aid Norway road safety campaign

Lukasz Gorzynik's lorry on the road ARTICLE/VIDEO: Norwegian authorities, unions, employers’ organisations, and road haulage sector staff front a winter driving conditions campaign aided by a Polish lorry driver and his mother.

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Published on 14th November, 2016 at 2:50pm by Sarah Bostock and Michael Sandelson.

31. Trump-affected voters offered Norway out

Hønefoss in Ringerike As turbulence surrounding Donald Trump’s US presidential election victory continues, Americans may be able to settle in Norway.

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Published on 12th November, 2016 at 10:33am by Sarah Bostock and Michael Sandelson.

32. Hypochondriacs proved right

Tombstone with inscription People obsessed with health increase their chances of developing heart disease, new research in Norway finds.

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Published on 8th November, 2016 at 11:58am by Michael Sandelson and Sarah Bostock.

33. Scandinavia word makes Collins top 10

Tea lights As winter nights draw in, a commonly-used term finds its way to the dictionary’s linguistic fireside this year.

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Published on 4th November, 2016 at 10:21pm by Sarah Bostock and Michael Sandelson.

34. Statoil eyes New York wind farm

New York scene The Norwegian energy giant is considering constructing the facility that will serve America’s Big Apple.

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Published on 1st November, 2016 at 8:24pm by Sarah Bostock and Michael Sandelson.

35. Old Norse legends

Jack-o'-lantern Sacrifice to the Elves (Álfablót), of pagan religion, was held in autumn between the fall equinox and at the end of harvest. It is mentioned in Old Norse sources just three times.

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Published on 30th October, 2016 at 11:37am by Sarah Bostock.

36. NATO discusses Russia’s moves

NATO SG Jens Stoltenberg NATO members and defence ministers meet in Brussels to talk about Russia this week, stressing East-West dialogue openness.

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Published on 26th October, 2016 at 11:45pm by Sarah Bostock and Michael Sandelson.

37. US-Norway Marine Corps move criticised

US Marines Norwegian politicians and peace organisations are not enamoured by America’s limited rotational force presence plans.

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Published on 25th October, 2016 at 8:03pm by Michael Sandelson and Sarah Bostock.

38. Norway US Marine proposal still under consideration

Maj. Gen. Niel E. Nelson The Norwegian Parliament will vote on whether US marines will enter the Scandinavian country to increase defences in north-eastern Europe. The time-frame is unclear for now.

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Published on 19th October, 2016 at 4:14pm by Sarah Bostock and Michael Sandelson.

39. Cemetery defecations cause moving contemplation

Eiganes Cemetery Chapel An Italian widower is considering taking his deceased wife home to Italy due to dogs’ excretions. He wants canines banned from the burial ground.

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Published on 14th October, 2016 at 6:49pm by Sarah Bostock.

40. Svalbard warming and sea ice decline linked

Earth Scientists may have found why the archipelago famous for its permafrost and polar bears has been getting warmer than other places in the region.

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Published on 13th October, 2016 at 6:40pm by Sarah Bostock.


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