Plan to dramatically cut wolf population seen as vital to protect agriculture, but it's facing serious opposition.
by Caroline Radnofsky
Norway15 Mar 2016 21:46 GMT
Norwegian mass murderer flashes racist sign as he pleads for improvement in prison conditions.
Refugees10 Feb 2016 07:49 GMT
Several abuse cases reported in Norway as Sweden detains 14 over alleged plot to attack asylum-seeker shelters.
Norway19 Jan 2016 11:47 GMT
Authorities plan to send dozens of mostly Syrian refugees back over the Russian border they crossed last autumn.
Climate SOS30 Nov 2015 10:57 GMT
Sami reindeer herders in Norway fear climate change could force the abandonment of a thousand-year way of life.
Environment28 Nov 2015 19:13 GMT
Activists voice anger as Ministry of Fisheries announces "research" whaling to begin again in March under revised plan.
War & Conflict09 Oct 2015 07:23 GMT
Tackling the refugee crisis, Iran nuclear deal, and helping rape victims push candidates towards the coveted prize.
Inside Story07 Oct 2015 20:01 GMT
This year's Nobel Peace Prize winner will be named on Friday.
Politics07 Aug 2015 20:32 GMT
Eirin Kjaer was gravely wounded when right-wing Anders Behring Breivik carried out the attacks in 2011.
Norway07 Aug 2015 19:18 GMT
Four years after Anders Behring Breivik killed 69 people on Utoya island, Labour Party's youth camp begins seminars.
Politics07 Aug 2015 07:21 GMT
Breivik wanted to create conflict between Norwegians and immigrant communities, but his acts had the opposite effect.
Human Rights17 Jul 2015 19:53 GMT
Anders Behring Breivik, who killed 77 people in 2011, to study political science from solitary confinement in prison.
Politics06 May 2015 08:55 GMT
Norwegian protesters use paper boats and "die-ins" to demonstrate migrants' plight and demand more rescue action.
Human Rights23 Mar 2015 13:32 GMT
Thousands of rejected asylum seekers have been deported, including hundreds of children, but many are refusing to go.
Weather20 Mar 2015 18:01 GMT
Solar eclipse of varying degrees viewed across most of Europe, northern Africa, central Asia and the Middle East.
Norway11 Mar 2015 11:08 GMT
Halden Prison tests the limits of humane incarceration and rehabilitation, greatly reducing re-offending rates.
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