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Norway displays strength in skiing depth
Norway put on a dominant show as the Norwegians swept the board in the first men’s cross-country skiing race at the PyeongChang Olympics on Sunday, and coach Tor Arne Hetland said they have more top-class skiers waiting in the wings.
chess piece with Islamic designs discovered in Norway
People have been playing chess for centuries — but a new chess piece found in Norway further reveals the spread of the ancient game to the Nordic region, and provides some intriguing insights about the game's history.
Norway stresses support for JCPOA, boosting trade with Iran
Norway’s ambassador to Tehran stressed his country’s resolve to preserve the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, and called for further development of trade ties between the two sides.
Norway, Iran ready to cooperate on renewable energies
Minister of Energy Reza Ardakanian in a meeting with the Norwegian Ambassador to Iran Lars Nordrum, disclosed that cooperation between Iran and Norway in the field of renewable energies will expand.
EU, Norway to convene urgent meeting of Palestine donors
The EU and Norway are set to convene an “extraordinary session” of donor countries to Palestine after the US’s pro-Israel policy shift on Jerusalem al-Quds and its threat to cut aid to the UN’s Palestinian refugee agency.
Norway suspends arms exports to UAE over war on Yemen
Norway suspended arms exports to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) over concerns that the weapons could be used in the deadly Saudi-led military campaign against Yemen, in which Abu Dhabi has played an active role.
Norway shocked by wave of sex scandal
Norwegian police said Tuesday they had uncovered 151 alleged sexual assaults, many on children and dozens of rapes, in a small community in Lapland, sending shock waves across the country.
Norway's oil production slowed by weather, safety issues
Weather and safety issues at oil and gas fields offshore Norway were singled out by the government as reasons why production was lower than expected.
Iran, Norway sign oilfield study agreement
Norway's Offshore Resource Group signed a memorandum of understanding with Khazar Exploration and Production Company to conduct studies on developing Sardar Jangal oil and gas field of Gilan Province in the Caspian Sea as well as the offshore exploratory blocks of 24, 26 and 29.
Iran, Norway sign gas contract
A gas contract was signed by the National Iranian Oil Company and IFLNG, a joint venture of Iran’s Kharg Gas Refining Company and Norway’s Hemla on Wednesday.
Iran seeking to sign its first FLNG deal with Norway
Iran, the world's biggest gas reserve holder (33.5 trillion cubic meters, 18 percent of the total) has increased its gas output significantly and is targeting an output of 1 bcm/d by March 20, 2018.
1,000-year-old Viking boat found in Norway
A 1,000-year-old Viking boat grave measuring more than 13 feet (4 meters) was unearthed in Norway with bones and sheet still inside.
Energy-rich Norway leaves key policy rate unchanged
For Norway, one of the main suppliers of oil and natural gas in the European economy, there's a need for expansionary monetary policies, its central bank said.
Norwegian company in talks to boost Iran's solar power
Norway’s Scatec Solar is in talks to build its first solar power plants in Iran, its chief executive told Reuters, joining a wave of foreign energy firms looking to invest in the oil major.
Conservatives declare victory in Norwegian election
There were celebrations on Tuesday for Prime Minister Erna Solberg as her Conservative Party declared victory in Norway’s parliamentary election.

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