During his visit to Vålerenga Football in Oslo, King Harald stressed that there must be more inclusion in Norwegian sports.
The Norwegian Ministry of Defense is working to identify former Afghan defense employees who could potentially be granted asylum in Norway.
Members of the Taliban have moved into Kabul premises of the Norwegain Embassy. The future is uncertain.
New data shows that 11.2% of Norwegians younger than 30 were out of work or fell outside of educational and work-oriented measures last year.
On of Aug. 30, a plane landed with the last Norwegian soldiers serving in Afghanistan, signifying the end of 20 years of presence in the war-torn country.
According to the Norwegian Directorate of Health, Norway is currently in the middle of a fourth wave of COVID-19 infections.
The Norwegian Ministry of Justice announced that Norwegian police personnel have been sent to Kabul to assist in the evacuation work in Afghanistan.
Climate action group Extinction Rebellion blocked off several streets and buildings in Oslo in protest of the government’s choice to keep drilling for oil.
Birth rates in Norway have increased by 4.4% compared to last year, taking many statisticians by surprise given the uncertainty of the pandemic.
After a surge of scooter-related accidents, the Oslo City Council is rolling out new regulations to limit the number of electric scooters in the capital.