Tag Archives: Oslo

30Sep/17

Congolese gynaecologist Denis Mukwege in running for 2017 Nobel Peace Prize

SHOWS: STRASBOURG, FRANCE (EBS) – Congolese gynecologist Dr. Denis Mukwege is a contender for the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize, nominated for his work with rape victims in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Continue reading

13Apr/16
how your newborn baby sees you

What a newborn baby sees

Parents will soon be able to see how their newborn infant views them, thanks to visual reconstruction research conducted by Swedish and Norwegian researchers. Jim Drury reports. Continue reading

16Mar/16

“Pathetic” – victim’s parent describes mass killer Breivik

Mass killer Anders Behring Breivik suing the Norwegian state for violating his human rights by keeping him in isolation is “unreal” but that it is important the court decides, say his victims and their relatives.

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13Jan/16
Suicide attack, Hatred, Jostein Nielsen, Turkey, Istanbul, Blue Mosque, Sultanahmet square

“Love can conquer hatred” – Norwegian Istanbul blast victim

A Norwegian man injured in the Istanbul suicide bomb attack says he has no hard feelings towards Turkey, and that love can conquer the hate that motivated the bomber.

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09Oct/15

Tunisian president, people welcome Nobel win for mediator group

The Tunisian president says the Nobel committee has honoured the country’s National Dialogue Quartet and its work, after the group won the Nobel Peace Prize.

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10Jul/15

Sole to soul – foot tapping to a new beat

Sole sensors linked to a central interface and linked to algorithm software could help walkers create flexible music as they stroll.

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22Feb/15

More than 1,000 Muslims form human shield around Oslo synagogue

Norwegian Muslims form a human shield around a synagogue in Oslo, offering symbolic protection after an attack on a synagogue in neighbouring Denmark.

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