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More charge points for Swedish cross-country corridor
A European project aims to increase the number of electric vehicle charging points in areas of low population density.
'Norway owes us', says Hungary, after Oslo suspends aid in NGO row
Norway said Hungary refused to appoint "the best-qualified candidate" to manage the funds allocated to civil society.
Breivik attack: 10 years on, has Norway tackled its far-right problem?
Survivors and experts say that hate speech and the far-right ideology that inspired the massacre of 77 people still prosper.
Norwegian court gives Syrian teen 5-year jail term for planning terror
The court ruled that juvenile punishment was not applicable in the case and that “there is a risk of recurrence and that imprisonment is required and imperative."
UK strikes post-Brexit trade deal with Norway and Iceland
The agreement is said to be the most advanced the EEA members have done to date, and includes digital trade as well as farming and fishing.
'Black day' as UK fishermen lose access to Norway sub-Arctic waters
Prior to the UK-EU divorce, access to Norwegian waters was negotiated at the European Union level.
Arrests across Europe as people flout or protest COVID-19 restrictions
Police in Paris, France, have arrested nine people and issued more than 150 fines since the beginning of the weekend to people who clandestinely met in restaurants and bars.
Norwegian 'caught trying to dodge quarantine' by skiing over border
The 50-year old was hoping to evade quarantine rules in his country by crossing over mountains from Sweden but bad weather thwarted his plan, emergency services said.
Norwegian authorities find body in search for last victim of landslide
A total of 10 people were killed by the landslide in the village of Ask on December 30.
Far-right extremist given 21-year jail term for Norway mosque attack
The judge said the 22-year-old was inspired by the 2019 mosque attacks in New Zealand.
Norway government under pressure after populist party quits coalition
Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg has said she will continue to govern with a minority three-party coalition.
UEFA sanctions loophole as Romania invites 30,000 children to football
UEFA had ordered Romania to play the match behind closed doors, after failing to control their supporters.
The online message forums linked to far-right attacks | The Cube
Police in Norway have extended national security measures as the investigation continues into Saturday’s attempted shooting at a mosque near Oslo. Reports suggest the gunman was influenced by other attacks in 2019 and posted in online message forums before the shooting.
The Brief: Norway mosque shooting suspect makes first appearance in court
The Brief: The suspect in the Norway mosque shooting has made his first appearance in court. Philip Manshaus does not admit to any crime and is not speaking with investigators.
Elon Musk’s love for Norway as electric car sales hit record high
In total 18,375 new cars were sold in Norway last month and 58.4% of these were electric.
Eat your heart out, Elon: Norway proposes underwater 'floating tunnel'
The submerged roadway would help speed travel along the nation's rugged west coast.
On the ground with NATO in Norway
NATO is conducting huge military exercises in Norway. For the first time since the Cold War a US aircraft carrier is sailing above the Arctic Circle. In conjunction with Trident Juncture, the USS Harry S. Truman, is leading a US strike carrier group. Andrei Beketov was on location with the troops.
The Brief: NATO-Russia tension in Norway, Hungary's homeless and Theresa May
In this edition of the brief we travel to Norway for NATO's largest military exercises since the Cold War, but the Secretary General plays down any comparisons. Hungary debates homelessness and Theresa May rejects Norway model.
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State of the Union: Poland taken to court, EU looks to Egypt
In this edition of State of the Union: Brussels takes Poland to the EU’s top court over controversial judicial reforms; the EU looks to Egypt to help
Brexit: Can UK learn from Norway?
What's it like to be close to the EU, but not a member?
Brief from Brussels: Lessons of going alone
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: With Brexit Britain still trying to close a deal with Brussels, we look at how Norway enjoys close
The Brief from Brussels: Norway worries over Brexit
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from across Europe.
Two years on, Utoya still chills Norwegian summer
Two years ago, on the 22nd of July, Otto Lovik heard gunshots coming from a small island nearby. He ran to the boat dock. “When we arrived there
Bonus interview: Lars Gule
Lars Gule, a Norwegian expert on extremism on the internet talks to euronews about how internet has changed the way right-wing extremists express and
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Why isn't Norway in the EU?
In this edition of U talk we have a question from Simon, an Austrian student in his Erasmus year in Oslo, who asks: “Why is Norway not a member of