Police in Norway put themselves on a slippery slope by racing each other using their shields as sledges.
Hackers released personal data from hundreds of German politicians, Dutch authorities urged people to stay away from washed up containers and British-Iranian detainee Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe announced she's going on hunger strike.
Four tourists, feared to have been swept away in an avalanche in Northern Norway, are "believed to have died," police said.
Norway broke the world record for electric vehicle sales in 2018 while sales of cars using traditional fuels plunged
A would-be thief in Norway called the police for help after being trapped inside the car he was suspected of trying to steal on Christmas Eve.
A man with a gun robbed a bank in Svalbard. He was a visitor to the area, authorities said
Louisa Vesterager Jespersen, 24, from Denmark, and Maren Ueland, 28, from Norway were found dead on Monday.
Former Norwegian fisheries minister Svein Ludvigsen has been charged with sexually assaulting three asylum seekers, prosecutors say
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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.
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.
NATO has begun its biggest military exercise since the Cold War. The operation involving all 50,000 troops from all 29 NATO countries, as well as Finland and Sweden simulates an invasion of Norway by a 'fictitious agressor'.
The military exercise brings together some 50,000 personnel, 10,000 vehicles, 65 ships and 250 aircrafts from 31 NATO allies and partner nations.
After the country was liberated in 1945, these 'German Girls' were accused of betraying their country, deprived of their civil rights, arrested, incarcerated without trial and even expelled from the country.
Thousands of British forces have crossed the Oresund Bridge between Denmark and Sweden. They're en-route to Norway to take part in the NATO exercise Trident Juncture 2018
Archaeologists have found a Viking ship and a large number of burial mounds in Østfold County in Norway.
The movie, directed by Paul Greengrass is based on the terror attacks of Norwegian far-right extremist Anders Behring Breivik
Congolese physician Denis Mukwege and Yazidi human rights activist and survivor of sexual slavery by ISIL Nadia Murad win 2018 Nobel Peace Prize for efforts to end the use of sexual violence as a weapon of war and armed conflict.
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ESA's Aeolus satellite is pioneering a laser technology to measure the wind from space for the very first time. It promises a big boost to weather forecasting, but only once it has proved itself to be accurate. We head to Norway as the science team swings into action.
Explaining his decision on Facebook on Thursday, Solvik-Olsen said he had been “very lucky to have had the world's coolest job… Now it's her turn to be able to follow her dream.”
Their slow television broadcasts have already included a 12-hour knitting marathon. Now fans of the 'world’s most-boring television format' are enjoying another treat: watching hikers walk up a mountain.
The Israeli Defense Forces said the activist "stood among the rioters whilst they carried out violence against the security forces", adding that they would investigate the incident.
The Nordic Resistance Movement, a neo-Nazi organisation, has made its way into Denmark. But politicians and activists aren't sitting idly.