OSLO Whatever the outcome of Britain's tortuous divorce proceedings from Europe, there appears to be little help waiting in the wings from non-EU member Norway to join its own special relationship with the bloc.
OSLO Presidential elections in Democratic Republic of Congo this month could lead to conflict if they are not free, fair and peaceful, and evidence suggests they will not be, Nobel Peace Prize laureate Denis Mukwege said on Monday. | Video
OSLO This year's Nobel Peace Prize winners on Sunday called for justice for the victims of sexual violence in conflicts around the world, a day before they will receive the award for their efforts to put an end to rape as a weapon of war.
OSLO Norway's $990 billion wealth fund, the world's largest, should continue to take on risk in its global investments despite turbulence on global markets, the deputy governor of the Norwegian central bank in charge of the fund said on Thursday.
OSLO Oil markets are entering an unprecedented period of uncertainty due to geopolitical instability and a fragile global economy, the head of the International Energy Agency said on Tuesday.
OSLO Green groups have urged Norway's $1 trillion wealth fund to sell its small stake in German power firm RWE , saying the company is a heavy polluter due to its coal-fired plants.
OSLO Thousands of protesters demonstrated in Norwegian cities on Saturday against restricting women's access to abortion, the subject of talks between the ruling minority coalition and a small party seeking to join the government.
OSLO Russia was the likely culprit behind the disruption of GPS navigation signals over northern Scandinavia during recent NATO military exercises, Norway's defence minister said on Tuesday.
OSLO Norway's $1 trillion wealth fund, the world's largest, will not yet blacklist firms for producing too much greenhouse gases, as mandated by parliament, because further clarification is needed, the board of the Norwegian central bank said on Wednesday.
OSLO, Nov 7 Norway's $1 trillion wealth fund,
the world's largest, will not yet blacklist firms for producing
too much greenhouse gases, as mandated by parliament, because
further clarification is needed, the board of the Norwegian
central bank said on Wednesday.