With millions of Afghans on the brink of famine, Norway puts political tensions aside to discuss the humanitarian crisis.
While the job is open from March 1, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg will first have to serve out his term at NATO, which runs until the end of September 2022.
The reported spread in South Korea, China and Japan of the highly pathogenic avian influenza has put the poultry industry on high alert.
"Our intention is absolutely not to create a crisis but to protect our sovereign rights," said Turkey's President Erdogan, paving the way for the de-escalation of a diplomatic row with the Western countries over Kavala case.
Judge rules Espen Andersen Brathen, a Danish citizen, can be held in custody for an initial four weeks while a probe into the bow-and-arrow attack continues.
Four women and a man died and two others were wounded in the southeastern town of Kongsberg in Norway’s deadliest attack in a decade.
Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Store has unveiled Norway’s cabinet, which includes a majority of women and two survivors from the July 22, 2011 massacre that claimed 77 lives.
Man armed with a bow and arrows kills five people and wounds others in southeastern Norway, police say, adding they arrested the suspect.
Philippines journalist Resse, founder of Rappler, and Russian journalist Muratov, editor of Novaya Gazeta, have been honoured “for efforts to safeguard freedom of expression, which is a precondition for democracy”.
Norwegian whalers have hunted at least 570 minke whales in 2021 despite growing calls to end it.
Norway's centre-left opposition, headed by Labour Party leader Jonas Gahr Store, won the general election after a campaign dominated by climate change and the future of the country’s oil and gas exploration industry.
One of the top petroleum producers, Norway owes its generous welfare state to oil production
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