Finland becomes NATO member in April, strengthening Nordic region and increasing activity in Norway; Sweden might join next.
Norway’s National Museum in Oslo displays Christian Krohg’s “Leiv Eiriksson Discovering America” painting after outcry when it was removed.
Sydney Denekamp reports on Norwegian dignitary Gro Harlem Brundtland’s speech in March at Augustana University in Sioux Falls, S.D.
Officials celebrate 50 years and agree to
continue exchange program between the Minnesota National Guard and the
Norwegian Home Guard.
Norway’s most notorious spy, Arne Treholt, dies at 80 in Moscow. He was convicted of treason and espionage for the Soviet Union in 1985.
The Norwegian Commercial Club of Seattle presents John Douglas Dixon of Pacific Fishermen Shipyard with its King Neptune Award in December.
On Feb. 6, the Sámi National Day was marked by two large events celebrating Sámi culture, hosted by the mayors of Tromsø and Oslo.
The Norwegian government plans to buy ammunition for NOK 2.6 billion from Nammo, an ammunitions manufacturer, to provide support for Ukraine.
The world’s oldest rune stone was discovered by the Tyri fjord in Trøndelag, Norway, believed to be up to 2,000 years old.
The producers of the eighth Mission: Impossible film have requested to film on Svalbard, but Norway has declined.