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Iran, Norway discuss expansion of ties
The Iranian foreign minister and his Norwegian counterpart in a meeting in Munich discussed bilateral ties, regional and international issues, as well as the Vienna talks.
Taliban to meet Western officials in Norway for aid talks
The Taliban will hold talks with Western officials in Oslo next week on humanitarian aid and human rights in their first official visit to the West since returning to power, the Norwegian and Taliban governments said Friday.
Norway to raise gas exports to Europe as prices soar
Norway will allow state-controlled Equinor and its partners to increase gas exports from two offshore fields for the next 12 months amid concerns over a shortage of European gas supplies that have sent prices soaring.
Norway vote winners start coalition talks with climate focus
Norway's centre-left opposition parties started coalition talks on Tuesday to try to form a majority government after winning a decisive parliamentary election victory, with climate change expected to be central in discussions.
Norwegians vote in election centred on climate change, equality
Norwegians went to the polls on Sunday for the first of two days of voting in a parliamentary election dominated by the widening gap between rich and poor, climate change and how the oil-producing nation should adapt to the energy transition.
Missing ancient artifacts from Iraq seized in Norway
Nearly 100 missing tablets and other archaeological objects from ancient Mesopotamia were found in Norway and seized, police said.
Norway: KLP fund divests from firms linked to Israeli settlements
Norway’s largest pension fund announced it has divested assets in 16 companies for their links to Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank, including telecom equipment giant Motorola.
Norway first to reach 50% electric in new car sales
Norway has become the first country in the world where electric cars account for more than half of new registrations, according to figures published Tuesday by an industry group.
Norway urges EU to revise plan risking green status
The European Commission should simplify its proposed criteria for measuring the sustainability of hydropower projects to avoid harming the industry’s access to capital, the Norwegian government said.
Norway excavates a Viking longship fit for a king
Pyramids, castles, palaces: Symbols of power and status have taken many forms down the ages, and for the Vikings what really counted was the longship.
Iran urges US to live up to Int’l commitments
Iran's Vice President for Legal Affairs Leila Joneidi on Thursday called on the United States to comply with its international commitments.
Archeologists discover Viking ship burial in Norway
Archeologists conducting a ground-penetrating radar (GPR) study of an Iron Age funerary mound have discovered evidence of a previously unknown Viking ship burial in Gjellestad, Norway.
Norway's Equinor to cut exploration staff by 30 percent
Norwegian oil and gas firm Equinor plans to cut its exploration staff by about 30% globally by 2023 to reduce costs as the COVID-19 pandemic reduces demand for petroleum, the company said on Friday.
Archeologists unearth Viking age temple in Norway
Archeologists from the University Museum in Bergen, Norway, have found traces of a heathen temple used for worshipping old Norse gods such as Odin and Tor.
World’s biggest wealth fund gets caught up in governance drama
An embarrassing recruitment debacle at Norway’s $1.1 trillion wealth fund has reignited a debate over who controls the world’s largest sovereign investor.

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