Demonstrators in Trondheim protest against "an unethical oil fund" in 2015. Photo: Ned Alley / NTB scanpix
Norway's huge sovereign wealth fund has sold out of 73 companies last year because their social or environmental policies could hurt profitability.
The Criminal Courts of Justice in Dublin, Ireland. Photo: Criminal Courts of Justice
Irish prosecutors are hoping to overturn the suspended jail sentence of a Norwegian man who admitted to raping his Irish girlfriend up to ten times while she slept.
A game of bridge had an unexpected ending for 32 club members in Pattaya, including three Norwegian pensioners.
Norwegian windmills produced power like never before in 2015.
Solberg meets British PM David Cameron at 10 Downing Street prior to the conference. Photo: Anne Marte Vestbakke / NTB scanpix
Norway on Thursday pledged 10 billion kroner in aid response to the Syrian conflict – one seventh of the entire amount pledged at an international donor's conference.
Photo: Tore Meek / NTB scanpix
Norwegian oil giant Statoil has slashed investments and stepped up a cost-cutting programme after recording a huge annual loss for 2015 in the wake of tumbling oil prices.
An estimated 5,500 migrants used the Storskog border crossing in 2015. Photo: Cornelius Poppe / NTB scanpix
... and we'll only take them if you fly them to Moscow.
Al Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan, near the Sryian border. Photo: Scanpix/Muhammed Hamed
Nordic nations are doing well over their 'fair share' to help Syrian refugees.
A man walks on a hilltop overlooking Kabul. Photo: Ahmad Masood/Reuters/Scanpix
Backing a centre in Kabul would allow Norway to send back underage asylum seekers.
The film's stars Alicia Vikander and Eddie Redmayne in Copenhagen this week. Photo: Björn Lindgren/TT
'The Danish Girl', starring Swede star Alicia Vikander, is being defended by human rights campaigners ahead of is Scandinavian launch, after being banned by six countries.
Norway has prepared for when its oil wealth is behind it. Photo: Foto: Tore Meek / NTB scanpix
When times get tough, it never hurts to have €700
billion stashed away like Norway does in the world's biggest sovereign wealth fund to cushion the blow of plunging oil prices.
As part of the course, newcomers are shown an Amnesty International video about rape. Screenshot: Amnesty International
A look inside Norway's courses teaching refugees about sexual customs in their new country.
Tromsø. Photo: Mark Ledingham, Tromsø Kommune
Some 300 kilometres above the Arctic Circle, Tromsø residents largely avoid seasonal depression – what's their secret?
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With Norway's ski season already on, here's a look at of why so many eager skiers choose the Nordic country to practise their favourite winter sports.
A man and his child cross the border at Storskog. Photo: Cornelius Poppe / NTB scanpix
Neither snow nor freezing temps have put off the thousands of migrants who have crossed in to northeast Norway on two wheels.
Screenshot: Norwegian Ministry of Agriculture and Food
New video from the Norwegian Ministry of Agriculture tells the story of what has been called Norway’s “gift to the world”.
The daycare said that too many girls came as princesses, while boys opted for superhero costumes. Photo: Iris/Scanpix
When girls dress up like princesses and boys don superhero costumes it reinforces gender stereotypes that can harm children, a Trondheim nursery has decided.
Children play in the snow at an asylum centre in Kirkenes. Photo: Torstein Bøe / NTB scanpix
At least 61 minors were married when they sought asylum in Norway last year, figures from the Norwegian authorities show. The youngest was an eleven year old girl.
Nobel Peace Prize 2016
Business tycoon Donald Trump and American whistleblower Edward Snowden are among the names being floated for the prize. Photos: Rick Wilking/Scanpix and Svein Ove Ekornesvåg / NTB scanpix
The Peace Research Institute of Oslo is placing its bet on whistleblower Edward Snowden as the first names – including the far-fetched – roll in for this year's Nobel Peace Prize.
File photo of a 2012 training exercise in which police responded to a mock school shooting in Oslo. Photo: Stian Lysberg Solum / NTB scanpix
The Norwegian Directorate for Civil Protection has pointed to two new risks for Norway: school shootings and food-borne infections.
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The Traiskirchen refugee camp. Photo: Voice of America/Wikimedia
A 17-year-old asylum seeker who raped a 72-year-old pensioner has been jailed for 20 months.
Photo: Fabrice Coffrini/AFP
Pipe dream or practical plan? Swiss voters will soon be voting on a proposal to give every resident — whether they work or not — a guaranteed payment of 2,500 francs a month.
Russian-Germans demonstrate over 'rape' incident in Berlin. Photo: DPA
Germany on Wednesday warned Russia against "exploiting" a murky case involving the alleged rape of a German-Russian teenager in Berlin after Moscow hinted at an official cover-up.
Police said the girl will be fined, even though the pepper spray stopped her attacker. Photo: Colourbox
A 17-year-old girl who was physically and sexually attacked in Sønderborg will herself face charges for using pepper spray to fend off her assailant.
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