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Norway issues apology 50 years after decriminalising homosexuality
According to the Norwegian government, 119 men were convicted for having sex with another man between 1902 and 1950.
Huge crane ship partially capsizes in Norwegian port
The Saipem 7000 is one of the largest specialised crane ships in the world.
Three French skiers killed in avalanche in northern Norway
An avalanche warning was issued in the region after several recent snowfalls.
Norway appeals court increases sentence of ‘ambulance hijacker’
Two young children were injured when a man deliberately drove the vehicle into pedestrians in Oslo in 2019.
Doomsday seed vault opens its doors for a rare deposit
The vault on Spitsbergen island halfway between mainland Norway and the North Pole is only opened a few times a year.
Jens Stoltenberg to become next governor of Norway's central bank
The NATO Secretary-General is set to take over the role in December.
Anders Breivik: Norway court rejects mass killer's parole request
"There is a clear risk that (Breivik) will return to the behaviour that led to the July 22 terrorist attacks," the Telemark District Court ruled, rejecting the request for release.
COVID was in Europe weeks before first confirmed cases, claims study
Researchers in Norway say COVID-19 was likely far more widespread in Europe -- and around the world -- before a first official diagnosis was made.
Norway's PM says Russia build-up is 'a sign of weakness'
Norway’s prime minister, whose country borders Russia and is a founding member of NATO, said he believes it’s “a sign of weakness” that President Vladimir Putin has to express Moscow’s political views by an “extraordinary” military buildup.
Afghan activists demand information on missing women from Taliban
Tamana Zaryabi Paryani and Parwana Ibrahimkhel were purportedly arrested last week after a protest against the Taliban reinstatement of the compulsory rule on wearing hijab.
Talks between Taliban and Western officials get underway in Norway
Norway's foreign minister has stressed the visit is does not legitimise or recognise the Taliban, "but we must talk to those who in practice govern the country today".
Taliban delegation's visit to Norway prompts protest in Oslo
A Taliban delegation is due to meet with Norwegian and international authorities in the first such visit to the West since the Afghan takeover last August.
Norway mass killer poor candidate for prison release, prosecutor says
A psychiatrist who has observed him since 2012 testified Wednesday that Breivik can't be trusted and a prison official told the judges hearing the parole request “there is an imminent danger” that, if released, Breivik would again commit serious crimes.
Grandstanding fears as Norwegian mass killer seeks parole
77 people were killed when Anders Behring Breivik set off a bomb in front of the government headquarters in Oslo and opened fire on the annual summer camp on the island of Utoya.
A quarter of the soil on these Norwegian islands is plastic waste
A team of volunteers and researchers have unearthed 5.5 million litres of marine waste from the Trøndelag archipelago since 2017.
Norwegian police post suspect getting a drugs test on Snapchat
A Snapchat post by Norwegian police raised questions over privacy and power. Now the country's policing watchdog is investigating.
Norwegian conscripts asked to return underwear due to supply shortages
Prior to the decision, conscripts were allowed to keep parts of their uniform, including underwear, once their military service was done.
Dozens of Norwegian newspapers go unprinted after cyber attack
Amedia, which publishes 78 local titles across the country, says its print distribution was affected for much of this week
Grindr fined over €6 million by Norway for breaking data privacy rules
The gay-dating app was found to have shared users' personal data with third-party advertisers without their permission.
Journalists Dmitry Muratov and Maria Ressa receive Nobel Peace Prize
The two journalists were recognised by the Nobel Committee for their "courageous fight for freedom of expression in the Philippines and Russia".
Company Christmas party causes Omicron outbreak in Norway
A corporate Christmas party in Norway caused the biggest Omicron outbreak outside South Africa, authorities said on Friday.
Film of polar bear eating reindeer seen as evidence of climate change
Rare footage of a polar bear killing and eating a reindeer is being seen as evidence that climate change is forcing a change of diet in the Arctic.
Norway condemns arrest of two journalists ahead of Qatar World Cup
Qatar’s government accused the NRK journalists of "trespassing on private property and filming without a permit" but Norway has criticised the arrests.
Norway could back Bitcoin mining ban on environmental grounds
The Nordic nation is popular among crypto miners because of its renewable electricity and low energy prices, but a government minister says the energy usage of some types of token mining is 'hard to justify'.
Police shoot dead man in Norway who threatened passers-by with a knife
A man reportedly armed with a knife threatened passers-by on the streets of the Norwegian capital, Oslo, on Tuesday, before being shot dead by police.
Light based works of art illuminate Oslo
Norway 's capital was lit up by the Fjord Oslo Light Festival on Saturday (5 Nov. 2021) as light based works of art glowed through the winter night across the city