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Antisemitic vandalism in Denmark and Norway was 'coordinated show of force'

Antisemitic vandalism in Denmark and Norway was 'coordinated show of force'

Jewish homes and other buildings were subjected to vandalism over the weekend, while yellow Stars of David were placed at locations in Denmark and Norway.

Three stories of life-changing travel: Israel, Honduras and Rome

Three stories of life-changing travel: Israel, Honduras and Rome

A single trip has the power to change your perspective - or even your life - for good.

 
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Norwegian publisher targeted with antisemitic vandalism

Norwegian publisher targeted with antisemitic vandalism

Several yellow Stars of David were placed outside the printing offices of publisher Schibsted in Bergen, in apparent antisemitic vandalism during the weekend.

The European university turning student ideas into startups

The European university turning student ideas into startups

Has this university in southern Sweden found the recipe for innovation?

 
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Norway to allow dual citizenship from 2020

Norway to allow dual citizenship from 2020

Norway is to allow dual citizenship from January 1st 2020.

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How to negotiate a personalized expat health insurance plan

How to negotiate a personalized expat health insurance plan

A step-by-step guide for all expats with a health insurance.

 
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Who's going to win the Nobel Prize? Here are the top favourites

Who's going to win the Nobel Prize? Here are the top favourites

An unusual 2019 Nobel season kicks off today with much speculation about possible contenders for the six prestigious awards.

From Stockholm to Silicon Valley: 'This was an absolute blast'

From Stockholm to Silicon Valley: 'This was an absolute blast'

Discover what it's like to be an MBA student at one of the world's top business schools.

 
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Svalbard: In search of Europe's last great wilderness

Svalbard: In search of Europe's last great wilderness

After a hiking trip on a Svalbard glacier was cancelled, Peter Elia went in search of the ultimate Arctic experience.

Where you are most likely to get hit by an earthquake in France

Where you are most likely to get hit by an earthquake in France

After four people were injured when an unusually powerful earthquake shook the south east on Monday, The Local takes a look at where in France you are most likely to feel the earth move beneath your feet.

 

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Equinor makes major oil find in North Sea

Equinor makes major oil find in North Sea

Norwegian state-controlled oil firm Equinor has made a major discovery in the North Sea, showing that there is still life in the more mature areas of the Norwegian continental shelf

Green groups take Norway to court over Arctic drilling

Green groups take Norway to court over Arctic drilling

Green groups were in court in Oslo on Tuesday for the first day of the historical appeal against the Norwegian government's decision to open parts of the Arctic Ocean to oil exploration.

Norwegian mediators tackle political crisis in Venezuela

Norwegian mediators tackle political crisis in Venezuela

Norwegian mediators are trying to help negotiate talks between the government and opposition to end Venezuela's political crisis.

Ramos sets Spain caps record but Norwegians spoil party

Ramos sets Spain caps record but Norwegians spoil party

Sergio Ramos broke the Spanish international appearances record in Oslo on Saturday as he won his 168th cap in a 1-1 draw against Norway.

How Halloween became a 'culturally-adapted' Norwegian autumn ritual

How Halloween became a 'culturally-adapted' Norwegian autumn ritual

With a five-fold increase in pumpkin sales and one in five people making or reusing costumes for October 31st, Halloween has ghosted its way into Norway’s culture for good.

SAS cancels 25 flights and more expected to follow

SAS cancels 25 flights and more expected to follow

Scandinavian airline SAS cancelled 25 more flights at the weekend, and suggested a further 40 departures could bite the dust in the coming week.