On July 17, the United Nations Human Rights Council concluded its 44th regular session after adopting 23 resolutions. Norway was satisfied with the outcome.
The World Meteorological Organization has warned that temperatures in Siberia have left parts of the Arctic warmer than Florida, fueling Arctic wildfires.
After 27 years of service as the curator of visual resources in the Department of Art History at Ithaca College, Randi Millman-Brown has retired.
The Ole Bull home on Lysøen outside of Bergen is in danger of deteriorating, according to KODE, the museum that manages the villa.
The new main branch of Oslo’s Deichman Library is now open at Bjørvika, adding a new architectural attraction to the city center.
Researchers are studying potential connections between COVID-19 and exposure to sunlight, which might reduce the viral content of cells.
As the coronavirus pandemic has closed travel, affecting foreign field workers, some farmers are turning to Oslo youth.
The Norwegian government has invested NOK 10.5 million in the nutrition program Fiskesprell, hoping to encourage children to eat more fish.
Amid protests in Madison, Wis., a Hans Christian Heg statue was torn down, prompting responses from Norwegian and American officials.
The Norwegian government has eased travel restrictions to Schengen area and European Economic Area, with criteria to be met before travel can be approved.