Minnekirken, the Norwegian Lutheran Memorial Church, secured a grant from the Chicago Commission on Landmarks to help restore its 109-year-old building.
The Norwegian Directorate of Public Health (NIPH) has suggested that Norway’s borders could safely open and foreign travel could resume in May.
The U.S. Navy is assessing the risk of the sale of Bergen Engines to a Russian owner. The engines are used in NATO-member military ships.
Using new technology, Norway’s National Museum has finally solved the mystery of a hidden inscription on Edvard Munch’s “The Scream.”
The Norwegian government is now implementing a regional prioritization strategy for COVID-19 vaccine distribution.
Tour skating—ice hiking in the open air on natural ice—has become a popular, though dangerous, winter pasttime in Norway.
The United States is deploying long-range B-1 bombers to Norway’s Ørland air base to train in the strategically important High North.
Norway’s foreign ministry is urging Norwegians to avoid foreign travel until after the Easter holidays in its newest global travel advisory.
Despite recent good news about the COVID-19 vaccines, the Norwegian Institute of Public Health warns that there could be delays to vaccine deliveries.
Norway has closed its borders to almost all non-residents in an attempt to prevent the spread of new COVID-19 variants in the country.