The long history of gold trading
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The long history of gold trading

Throughout history, gold has been highly valued for coinage, jewellery and the arts. Gold is considered a unique store of value and the symbol of power, strength and wealth. Since April 2001 it has more than quintupled in value, writes Nicolas Shamtanis, Dealing Room Manager at easy-forex.com.

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Court won’t let Breivik talk to victims’ families

Anders Behring Breivik, who confessed to the massacre of 77 people in Norway in July, tried in vain to make a show of his first public court appearance Monday, but was blocked from addressing the families of his victims.

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Bergen hit by weekend earthquake

Residents of the old German trading town of Bergen have called their local newspapers to report a five-second-long earthquake that one said felt “disgusting”.

Chainsaw burglar terrifies wrong resident

Chainsaw burglar terrifies wrong resident

The unmistakeable buzz of a chainsaw slicing its way through his front door marked a nightmarish start to the new week for a man in Ås, southeast Norway, early on Monday.

Europe debt ‘domino effect’ nearing Norway

Europe debt ‘domino effect’ nearing Norway

A warning message from the prime minister and the largest bank in the country closing its doors to new business customers are the first signs Europe’s sovereign debt crisis has reached Norway’s rocky crags.

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Four-star Wales down Norway

Wales won three games in a row for the first time since 2008 with a 4-1 friendly victory over Norway in Cardiff on Saturday.

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Trio face trial in Oslo for cartoonist attack plot

Three men believed to have ties to Al-Qaeda and suspected of plotting an attack on the Danish newspaper that printed controversial Prophet Muhammad cartoons will go on trial in Norway on Tuesday.