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1. Expedition America 2016: Draken Harald Hårfagre sails the Atlantic

The glow in the morning of departure The world’s largest Viking ship built in modern times has begun her challenging journey across the Atlantic after departing western Norway’s Haugesund last month.

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Published on 24th May, 2016 at 9:19am by Norwegian American/The Foreigner.

2. Record-breaking opening day for Norway in Sochi

Norway team, Sochi 2014 opening Norway maintained their promising start to the 22nd Winter Olympic Games by collecting their second gold medal in the first day. It’s early days, but Norwegian officials have Oslo 2022 in mind.

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Published on 8th February, 2014 at 11:07pm by John Price/The Foreigner.

3. Win a spaceflight with KLM

The SXC Lynx spacecraft ADVERTISEMENT: KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is running a competition to take one lucky winner high above the rest.

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Published on 17th April, 2013 at 5:28pm by The Foreigner.

4. Breivik trial Day 13: The Utøya café building victims

Oslo District Courthouse through fences On day 13 of the trial of Anders Behring Brevik in Court 250, judges heard details from the autopsy reports of those killed in the café building. Professor Torleiv Ole Rognum from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health (FHI) continued his testimony, alongside forensic pathologist Kari Ormestad, also from the FHI.

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Published on 7th May, 2012 at 8:31pm by The Foreigner and Ben McPherson.

5. Breivik trial day 12: Utøya victims’ life stories transcend the tragedy

Not just the 69 victims’ wounds brought tears to the eyes of many on day 12 of the Anders Behring Breivik trial. Fond memories of each of the deceased moved everyone except the accused, reports say.

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Published on 4th May, 2012 at 10:16pm by The Foreigner.

6. ‘I became panic-stricken’, says Utøya ferry captain

Memorial on Utøya The captain of the MS Thorbjørn ferry that transported Anders Behring Breivik to Utøya Island described how he helped him as he thought Breivik was a police officer.

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Published on 4th May, 2012 at 10:29am by The Foreigner.

7. Norwegian athletics stop following swimming champion’s passing

L to R: Duboscq, Dale Oen, Scozzoli Feelings of shock and sadness at Norwegian swimming champion Alexander Dale Oen’s death are still deeply affecting the country’s athletics environment.

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Published on 2nd May, 2012 at 9:54pm by The Foreigner.

8. Day ten of Breivik’s trial: How bomb changed two of eight peoples’ lives

Courtroom, Oslo District Court As a part of the proceedings of day 10 of the ongoing trial at the Oslo District Court, eight survivors of the bomb attack on Norway’s government building testified about how their life changed after July 22, 2011.

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Published on 27th April, 2012 at 12:38am by The Foreigner.

9. Norwegians let a song go out of their hearts

Oslo protest Close to 40,000 people collected at Youngstorget in Oslo city and sang 'Children of the Rainbow' along with Norwegian folk singer Lillebjørn Nilsen to mark their protest against Anders Behring Breivik's comments.

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Published on 26th April, 2012 at 9:53pm by The Foreigner.

10. Young Norwegians drop oil education

Water droplet in oil on brass surface Many youngsters living in Finnmark county, northern Norway are not choosing to study to get jobs in the oil and gas industry despite increasing opportunities, researchers say.

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Published on 25th April, 2012 at 4:20pm by The Foreigner.

11. Old men and anti-Islamism

Men at home over 65, with little education and no children reportedly represent the average reader of anti-Islam websites.

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Published on 24th April, 2012 at 11:45pm by The Foreigner.

12. Norwegian king shows multiculturalism support

HM King Harald of Norway in 2010 Amongst current debates about Norway’s multiculturalism, King Harald V has sent out a clear message by paying a visit to youths in Groruddalen, an academic believes.

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Published on 24th April, 2012 at 4:21pm by The Foreigner.

13. Brevik recounts Utøya massacre

Utøya in the sunset Day four of Anders Behring Breivik's testimony was perhaps the most difficult for listeners. Today, he described the horrific details of his shooting attack on Utøya.

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Published on 20th April, 2012 at 10:02pm by The Foreigner.

14. Breivik justifies acts of terror

Anders Behring Breivik termed the twin attacks he carried out July 22, 2011 as being 'spectacular'.

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Published on 18th April, 2012 at 1:23am by The Foreigner.

15. Anders Behring Breivik chronology

Oslo District Courthouse The Foreigner has made a short chronology of some of the major events including and following Breivik's twin attacks on the government headquarters and Utøya Island on 22nd July 2011. His trial, the biggest in Norway since WWII, starts tomorrow 16th April 2012.

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Published on 15th April, 2012 at 11:10pm by The Foreigner.

16. Norway journalists publicize Breivik trial ID

Oslo District Courthouse (illus. ph.) Just a days prior to the start of Anders Behring Breivik’s trial, some of the Norwegian journalists accredited to cover it shocked and concerned Oslo police by publicizing their court access cards online.

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Published on 14th April, 2012 at 10:28pm by The Foreigner.

17. EDL leader forced into Breivik retreat

Tommy Robinson’s positivity to the way Anders Behring Breivik approached his 22nd July attacks suffered an abrupt about-turn when confronted by a leading UK newspaper, Thursday.

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Published on 12th April, 2012 at 10:53pm by The Foreigner.

18. Norway minister tries to avert India telecoms nightmare

Trond Giske Trade and Industry Minister Trond Giske is attempting to save rather than pass the buck in the continuing Telenor Indian mobile saga.

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Published on 11th April, 2012 at 3:01pm by The Foreigner.

19. Norway Right-Wing gains support

Erna Solberg, Conservative Party Leader The Conservatives (H) and Progress Party (FrP) are collectively just two seats short of reaching the halfway mark in the 169-seat Parliament, a recent poll shows.

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Published on 9th April, 2012 at 2:11pm by The Foreigner.

20. Renowned Norwegian writer dies

Anne Karin Elstad Author Anne Karin Elstad was found dead at her close friend William Nygaard's home, Wednesday. She was 74.

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Published on 7th April, 2012 at 1:22pm by The Foreigner.

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