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The rights of two million Britons living in the EU would be thrown into doubt for years after Brexit, a new report will conclude.
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No human error in the crash that claimed 13 lives.
Kjartan Sekkingstad at the wheel of a yacht in the marina. Photo: Holiday Oceanview Marina
Norwegian Kjartan Sekkingstad forced to plea for his life in new video.
Erik Solheim will lead the UN Environment Programme. Photo: NTB Scanpix
Former environment minister Erik Solheim to take over top UN post.
Although she is struggling mentally, Agnete Johnsen said she is still in it to win it. Photo: Julia Nagelstad/Eurovision
21-year-old singer Agnete Johnsen has cancelled all public appearances ahead of next week's contest.
Foreign parents who say Barnevernet 'kidnapped' their children protested in Oslo last month. Photo:Ole Berg-Rusten / NTB Scanpix
Recent global protests have put Norway's child welfare services back squarely in the centre of controversy.
Norwegian troops are already training Kurdish peshmerga fighters in the Iraqi Kurdistan region. Photo: Torbjørn Kjosvold/Forsvaret
Nordic nation ups its efforts in anti-Isis coalition.
The pilots reportedly gave an "everything okay" update shortly before the crash. Photo: Torstein Bøe / NTB scanpix
UPDATED: The pilots in Friday’s fatal helicopter crash did not send out a distress call before the aircraft went down, indicating that there was no time to react.
If the fund takes a stance on executive pay, it could be felt in corner offices around the world. Photo: Iris/Scanpix
Norway could greatly influence the global debate on CEO salaries with a change to its investment strategies.
Representatives of the four large trade union confederations and state representative Gisle Norheim (centre). Photo: Berit Roald / NTB scanpix
The state is "very far" from a labour agreement with some 100,000 public employees.
Demonstrations are expected in 70 different cities. Photo: BodnariuFamily.org
Activists in nearly 30 countries plan to protest the Norwegian Child Welfare Service on Saturday for what they say is the agency's practice of "kidnapping" children from their families.
Norwegian teens take part in a roleplay as refugees during the event "Camp Refugee" by the organisation "Refugee Norway" at an old military camp in Trandum earlier this month. Photo: Fredrik Varfjell/
"We're very lucky," well-off teens said after a day walking in the shoes of refugees.
"Nobody in the world spends as much on sports equipment as the Norwegians." Photo: Erik Johansen / NTB scanpix
Warmer winters will not only have a major impact on Norwegians' hearts and souls, it will also be a huge blow to the national economy a new report warns.
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.
A throw-back photo before the beard and hair reached their full potential. Photo: Lasse Matberg/Instagram
Hot enough to melt snow, this apparent reincarnation of Thor has captured hearts the world over.
Rescue crews reported no signs of survivors. Photo: Marit Hommedal/Scanpix
UPDATED: Eleven dead bodies have been recovered and the two remaining people are presumed dead.
Yngve Slyngstad, CEO of Norges Bank Investment Management. Photo: Terje Pedersen / NTB scanpix
Norway's sovereign wealth fund, the world's biggest, posted a negative return in the first quarter after being tapped by the government to balance its budget for the first time ever.
Norwegian resort manager Kjartan Sekkingstad (right) in a still from a previous video released by SITE. Photo: Screen Grab
Philippine warplanes on Thursday attacked Islamic militants holding a Norwegian and 19 other foreign hostages.
Minister of Children and Equality Solveig Horne has announced a series of changes to how the Norwegian Child Welfare Service operates. Photo: Håkon Mosvold Larsen / NTB scanpix
Following global protests, Norway prepares changes and reviews of the Child Welfare Service (Barnevernet).
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