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Adapt or die: Arctic animals cope with climate change
Times of Oman

Adapt or die: Arctic animals cope with climate change

A view of the Nordenskiold Glacier, on the Spitsbergen island, Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard, northern Norway in this picture taken on July 19, 2015 shows. Photo - AFP Ny-Alesund (Norway): When it comes to coping with climate change in the ... Times of Oman, 10 hours ago

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NORWAY: Syrian refugees find Arctic route towards western Europe

Some 20 migrants per day cross the border between Russia and Norway at Storskog near Kirkenes. At two hours from the Russian city of Murmansk, It is the only legal border crossing between the two countries. The online newspaper ...
 Radio France Internationale1 day ago Migrants discover unlikely Arctic route to Norway: From Russia, on bicycles  Metro Canada1 day ago Migrants bike into Norway at remote Arctic border crossing  Mail.com1 day ago Migrants take unlikely route into Europe by crossing from Russia at remote Arctic outpost  Malta Independent Daily1 day ago
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Obama using Alaska to add urgency to his climate change warnings

By and Juliet Eilperin , ANCHORAGE — As stage sets go, Alaska is a spectacular one. Its props: craggy mountain ranges, picturesque coastlines and iconic glaciers. And that's why President Obama chose to travel here Monday, seeking to use it as ...
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Christian Science Monitor

Norway's 'oil fund:' Is it making businesses behave better?

Norway's sovereign wealth fund has taken a proactive approach to encouraging businesses to improve their practices, and the scale of its holdings could give it a unique ability to influence investors and businesses. A forest fire is seen from a ...
 Christian Science Monitor1 week ago Norway's 'oil fund': Is it making businesses behave better? (+video)  Christian Science Monitor1 week ago

Crazy for Norway's mass murderer

She calls him by his first name, sends him letters every week, promises to wait for him. It could be any love story but Victoria's heart belongs to a mass murderer: Anders Behring Breivik. Responsible for Norway's worst peacetime killing since ...
 MSN News US1 week ago Victoria's secret: Crazy for a mass murderer  Pune Mirror1 week ago Swede writes love letters to Norway's mass killer  The Local Norway1 week ago 'Dearest Anders': Admirer of Norway mass-murderer ...  Firstpost.com1 week ago
The Local Norway

Norway man built secret child's room in cellar

Norwegian police on Thursday released images of the cellar that the man had built in his home in Vestoppland, Norway, after arresting the the 40-year-old in May. At the time the man was arrested, he had driven in a rented car to the homes of at ...
 The Local Norway1 week ago Weak oil market drags on Norway's economy  UPI1 week ago UN: Norway doing too little to fight racism  The Local Norway1 week ago Norway massacre survivor determined to reclaim Utoya island  MSN News US3 weeks ago
Mail & Guardian Online

Slowly, Norway reclaims the land ?where it lost its innocence

The cheers of 1300 Norwegian teenagers carry far over the still grey waters where, on July 22 2011, children swam for their lives. They are returning to Utøya to re-establish the annual summer camp of the AUF Arbeidernes Ungdomsfylking or ...
 Mail & Guardian Online1 week ago Slowly, Norway reclaims the land where it lost its innocence  Mail & Guardian Online1 week ago
Malay Mail

Utoya survivor stripped of nationality sues Norway

. Mubarak Haji Ahmed, who survived the attack by Anders Behring Breivik on Utoya that killed his brother, will sue the government after it stripped his citizenship due to lies his parents told when he was a child. — Reuters pic OSLO, Aug 28 — A ...
 Malay Mail4 days ago Youths defy Norway massacre  Bangladesh Daily Star3 weeks ago Utoeya island welcomes back youth  BBC3 weeks ago Norway: Teenagers return to Utoya for first summer camp since Anders Breivik killed 69 people four years ago  International Business Times UK3 weeks ago
Sky News Australia

Norway holds first camp since massacre

About 1000 Labour Party youths have gathered for the first summer camp at Utoya, Norway, since the massacre at the hands of Anders Behring Breivik. The right-wing extremist killed 69 people, mostly teenagers, in his rampage on July 22, 2011, ...
 Sky News Australia3 weeks ago Norway summer camp, site of 2011 massacre, reopens  UPI3 weeks ago
VOA News

Youth Camp Resumes on Norway Isle, 4 Years after Massacre

UTOYA, NORWAY — Hundreds of teenagers arrived Friday at a summer camp on Utoya for the first time since a right-wing extremist killed 69 people in a murderous rampage on the Norwegian island four years ago. William Reinemo said he was excited ...
 VOA News3 weeks ago Norway political camp resumes four years after Anders Breivik massacre  Sydney Morning Herald3 weeks ago Norway camp resumes 4 years after massacre  Sky News Australia3 weeks ago Youth stream back to summer camp on Utoya island 4 years after Norway massacre that killed 69  DailyNews724.com3 weeks ago
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