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22 Jul 2021
The bomb and shooting attacks by a far-right extremist have been described as the Nordic country's worst peacetime violence. Later on Thursday, Norway will come to a standstill to remember those who died.
30 Jun 2021
In inconspicuous sheds in Fredrikstad in south east Norway, two gigantic tanks are foreshadowing a salmon farming industry that is increasingly tempted to migrate to land-based facilities, which until now has been the preserve of freshwater fish. By raising the salmon on land, the industry is attempting to rid itself of the issues around the tradional submerged cages that made it controversial: costly mass escapes, harmful sea lice and the chemical treatments to get rid of them, as well as mass sludge deposits on the seabed below salmon farms.
13 Jun 2021
Norwegian Prime minister Erna Solberg tells a press conference that Norway and the UK have concluded the Scandinavian country's most comprehensive free trade agreement ever, but warns that some trade barriers remain and that trade access will be inferior to what the two countries enjoyed when the UK was an EU member. of Prime minister Erna Solberg
4 Jun 2021
The move comes amid revelations this week that Denmark helped the US National Security Agency spy on political leaders in Europe, including German Chancellor Merkel.
9 Apr 2021
The Eemslift Hendrika was adrift off the coast of Norway, and had the potential to dump hundreds of tons of oil into the sea.
19 Dec 2020
More than 38 years after a deadly attack on a restaurant in the Jewish quarter of Paris, one of the four identified suspects, Abou Zayed, has arrived in Paris, extradited by Norway. This could pave the way for a trial in one of the oldest terrorism cases in France. Six people were killed and 22 injured when between three and five men opened fire and threw grenades into Jo Goldenberg's restaurant, "Pletzl" on August 9 1982. The restaurant has since been replaced by a shop selling clothes in fluorescent colours, reflecting the transformation of the neighbourhood into a tourist mecca. As for the witnesses of the bloody attack, they are dead, have left the neighbourhood, or prefer to remain out of the spotlight.
4 Apr 2020
In an interview with FRANCE 24, Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg discussed the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic in her country. She also called for "stronger multilateral cooperation" and urged more countries to contribute to a multi-donor fund Norway has created at the United Nations to help developing nations deal with the consequences of the global health crisis.
1 Sep 2019
Norway's wealth fund is eyeing a shift away from Europe in a move that could boost its U.S. stock investments by as much as $100 billion. Bloomberg Opinion columnist Brooke Sutherland and Bloomberg's Sonali Basak have the details on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas." Sutherland's opinions are her own."
14 Jul 2019
The Norway-brokered talks aim "to establish a negotiation on the end of the dictatorship," the opposition leader said. Backed by Russia and China, socialist President Nicolas Maduro has refused to step down.
8 Apr 2019
Bloomberg's Lisa Abramowicz reports on Norway’s $1 trillion sovereign fund's plan to cut emerging market government and corporate bonds from its portfolio.
23 Dec 2018
The accused killers of two backpackers from Norway and Denmark have been linked to a terror group. Authorities are hunting for several more suspects.
23 Oct 2018
They may be thousands of miles apart, but there's one food that unites Norway and Nigeria, the stockfish - the most important and expensive tastemaker in a Nigerian soup.

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