News Edward Snowden speaking during his dinner with a group of four retired US ex-intelligence workers and activists at a luxurious room in an unidentified location.

Former government contractor could join President Obama, Henry Kissinger and Nelson Mandela in historic list

Labour premier Jens Stoltenberg is no longer seen as a heroic figure

Jens Stoltenberg, the ‘Voice of Utoya’, set to be ousted by right-wing vote

Coalition including party supported by Anders Breivik ahead as Norway goes to polls on Monday

Postcard from... Oslo

Police alerted over artist’s Oslo ‘Scream’ tribute

An attempt to recreate the anguish of Edvard Munch’s The Scream has turned out to be a little too realistic for the citizens of Oslo.

Postcard from... Oslo

Norway’s Prime Minister decided to try it the other way round, using an afternoon spent in disguise ferrying Oslo residents around the city to get a glimpse into voters’ concerns as elections approach

You’ll never guess who I had in the front of my cab... the Norwegian PM Jens Stoltenberg

It is often said that you can learn the most about a place by chatting to its taxi drivers.

Anders Behring Breivik will be transferred to Skien prison

Mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik will move to new jail after complaining about view from his cell

Far-right killer was jailed for a maximum 21 years in 2012 after being found guilty of murdering 77 people

Breivik during his trial

Anders Brevik applies to study political science at the University of Oslo

Staff at the university said there may be some discomfort at having the convicted mass murderer as a student, but they would have to follow the normal applications procedures

Youths at the opening of Norwegian Labour Party's Youth Organization (AUF) (Workers' Youth League) camp on Gulsrud camp

In the shadow of Utoya: Norway’s youth reclaims the idyll stolen by Anders Breivik

Two years ago the country’s worst ever mass-murderer turned a bucolic island into a bloody graveyard. Now, those he injured have returned

Manchester United hot prospect Mats Daehli returns to Norway as he signs for Molde

Academy Player of the Year is sold having failed to make a single first-team appearance

Edvard Munch’s 1906 painting ‘Self-Portrait with a Bottle of Wine’
The BA link-up with Bangkok Airways will give BA customers access to Phuket, Koh Samui and Chiang Mai

BA links up with Bangkok Airways for access to Phuket, Koh Samui and Chiang Mai

British Airways passengers will be able to fly to popular Thailand hotspots thanks to a new airline link-up.

Breivik, who killed 77 people in a bombing in Oslo and shooting at a youth camp on Utoya island in 2011, tried to register a political association which listed its aim as the

Anders Breivik fails in bid to start fascist group from prison cell

The Norwegian authorities have refused an application by the mass killer, Anders Breivik, to form a fascist organisation from his prison cell, saying he provided them with insufficient paperwork.

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Norwegian/Bulgarian Mikhael Paskalev makes sharp, summery pop music with an edge, and gives concise answers to questions during interviews. He's playing the i arena at this year's Latitude

ANDERS BREIVIK: The racist killer applauded the 10 murdAnders Breivik during his trial last yearers carried out by Beate Zschäpe’s National Socialist Underground group

Mass murderer Anders Breivik asks for permission to leave prison for mother's funeral

The far-right fanatic is said to be 'grieving' his loss

Toddler Alexandra Lucy Hoegh was strangled by blind cord, inquest hears

The wife of one of Britain’s richest men told an inquest of her desperate attempt to save her two-year-old daughter who had become fatally entangled in a window blind cord.

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