They do not normally carry weapons but terrorism fears in Norway ahead of Christmas mean that police on patrol will be armed for the next four weeks
The Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg has been in Kyiv holding talks with her Ukrainian counterpart Arseny Yatseniuk.
She is the first
Tourists pay thousands of euros for a front row seat at one of nature’s most incredible spectacles – the Northern Lights.
But from Saturday, August
These are the rare twisters that have been causing surprise among Norwegians.
The mini tornados were spotted off the southern coast of Norway, near
An appeal to identify a man found suffering from amnesia in a snowdrift near Oslo has drawn some “interesting leads”, say police.
Prosecutors have urged long prison sentences for a mother and her lover who stand accused of drowning a toddler in a bucket.
NATO countries have reached agreement that former Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg will be the Western military alliance’s next
A ten-year-old Norwegian boy came up with a novel excuse after he drove his parents’ car into a snowy ditch on Wednesday morning: he told police he
A hunter in Norway had a moose in his cross hairs – but missed and hit a man sitting on the toilet in a neaby cabin.
Norwegian police said the
In June the Prime Minister of Norway worked secretly as a taxi driver in Oslo for a day.
Disguised in a uniform and sunglasses, Jens Stoltenberg
Norwegian far-right mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik, who had been seeking to study political science at the University of Olso while in prison
The United Arab Emirates has pardoned a Norwegian woman who was sentenced to jail for illicit sex after she reported being raped by a colleague while
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
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
In western Norway, scientists are testing autonomous devices that can detect and understand what is happening underwater.
Kyle Zhang, who is a
The precious relics on show in our museums provide us with a unique connection to the past which might otherwise be lost.
But these remains are
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
A day after receiving the Nobel Prize for Peace on behalf of the European Union, EU Commission President José Manuel Barroso answered questions from
It’s never been easier and cheaper to sew small electronic components into wearable clothing.
In this issue of Futuris, we are diving into the
Everyday life in Oslo four months after the bomb blast(Filmed in Oslo (filmed by Naser)
Everything must come to an end. That is true for humanity and for satellites. After 16 years of loyal service observing our earth the ERS satellite
For people living traditional lives in the jungles of Indonesia, nature can be a challenge. One organisation is setting up informal classes for
Olav Mathis Eira, reindeer herder in Norway.
“My reindeer are almost a year old. They were very weak in the winter so we had to bring them home and
A Norwegian inventor is developing a system that provides hydro-electric power on a non-industrial scale. Like many innovations, it came unsolicited
Flying your very own rocket with its model satellite – that was the challenge facing high-school students from all over Europe this summer for the