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# Norway

August 2023
Railway bridge collapses in Norway after torrential rain
All traffic across the bridge was halted a week ago out of fear that it would collapse because of the large volume of water.
RAF scramble jets to intercept two Russian bombers flying north of Scotland
Russia earlier said it had dispatched a fighter jet to “prevent a violation” of its border by a Norwegian military patrol aircraft over the Barents Sea.
Kilkenny man dies while deep sea diving in Norway
33-year-old Daniel O’ Brien was originally from Graiguenamanagh, Co Kilkenny.
Norway's record-breaking mountaineer rejects online accusations after death of climber
The climber said that she and her team “did everything they could” for the local climber, who later died.
Red-hot Miyazawa fires Japan into World Cup quarters
Japan were 3-1 winners in Wellington.
This year
'I thought I had earned a certain amount of respect' - Norway in disarray
Caroline Graham Hansen exposes fractures with Norway on brink of World Cup exit.
Kenny McLean nets late winner as Scotland produce dramatic comeback in Norway
Erling Haaland had given Norway the lead.
Sweden have won the Eurovision to equal Ireland's record of seven song contest wins
Hold me. Now.
Eurovision: Everything you need to know as Ireland's Wild Youth compete in the first semi-final
So who are the favourites this year? Who’s hosting it? Does Ireland have a shot?
FactCheck: Does Ireland collect more corporate tax per person than almost any other EU country?
Ireland collects much of its taxes from companies, but how much compared to the rest of the EU?
Alleged ex-Wagner mercenary flees Russia seeking ayslum in Norway
A human rights group has published interviews with Andrei Medvedev in which he details his dramatic escape.
One person dead as crane falls on to shopping centre in Norway during high winds
The winds likely caused the unmanned crane, which was at least 165 feet high to slam on to the retail hub in Melhus, police said.
Last year
Kenny laments 'cheap' set-piece goals in Norway defeat
Ireland conceded from a corner and free-kick in a 2-1 loss.
Disjointed and timid performance on a night when failure to do basics cost dear
The nature of this haphazard defeat is a reminder that Ireland have yet to emerge from the Jekyll and Hyde phase of Stephen Kenny’s tenure.
Late goal condemns Ireland to friendly defeat against Norway
Ireland fell to a 2-1 loss to a Norway side without Erling Haaland.
O'Dowda given chance to shine, Ferguson on bench as Irish team to face Norway is named
Arsenal captain Martin Odegaard starts for the visitors.
Ireland step up Euros prep against Haaland-less Norway in B-Side friendly international
Norway are the visitors to the Aviva Stadium this evening.
Stephen Kenny backs Norwegian manager's 'legitimate criticism' of Qatar World Cup
Norway and Ireland meet in Dublin for a friendly international tomorrow night.
Activists attempt to glue themselves to The Scream painting in Norway
Police said officers were called to the National Museum of Norway on Friday and had three people under “control”.
Evan Ferguson in contention for Euro 2024 campaign after 'early promotion' to senior squad
Ferguson has been picked in the squad for the upcoming friendlies with Norway and Malta.
Norwegian princess ends royal role after row over ‘shaman’ fiance
Princess Martha Louise got engaged in June to Durek Verrett, an American who describes himself as a shaman and a healer on his website.
Erling Haaland named in Norway squad for next week's friendly against Ireland
All eyes on the Aviva Stadium Thursday week.
Ireland to play Norway and Malta in November
Two fixtures have been announced for Stephen Kenny’s side today.
Oslo walrus Freya is euthanised after people ignored pleas to stay away from her
The walrus had made its way to the Norwegian capital and experts say it was experiencing excess stress
Irish diplomats secure aid for 4.1 million displaced people despite threat of Russian UN veto
Ireland became a member of the UN Security Council in 2021 and has responsibility for the Syria file.
Austria dump Norway out and book Euros quarter-final clash with Germany
Nicola Billa’s first-half header secured a 1-0 win, the Austrians’ first over the Norwegians.
'Stay grounded, we don’t have anything yet' - England boss calls for calm after 8-0 win
The tournament hosts scored six times in a rampant first-half display against Norway.
England score eight in demolition of Norway to reach Euro 2022 quarter-finals
The tournament hosts scored six times in a rampant first-half display.
Nato leaders denounce Russia's 'appalling cruelty' in Ukraine as Moscow threatens Norway
The dispute comes as Russia’s war in Ukraine takes centre stage at a Nato summit in Madrid.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has been invited to participate and will speak twice via videolink.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will urge his NATO allies to boost their defence spending in response to Russia's invasion.
Zelenskyy presses G7 for more help as Kyiv reels from Russian strikes - NATO increases strength
Zelenskyy urges G7 summit leaders to help end war before 2023
Memorial service held for victims of shooting during Oslo Pride festival
Two people were killed and more than 20 were injured in the attack during the capital’s annual LGBTQ Pride festival.
Oslo shooting that left two dead being treated as 'act of Islamist terrorism'
Organisers of the Oslo Pride festival cancelled today’s planned events on police advice.
At least three injured in ‘random’ stabbing near Oslo
Police have confirmed that the alleged perpetrator has been arrested.
Eurovision: Seven songs to watch and other key things to know ahead of tonight's Grand Final
Need to catch up ahead of tonight’s show?
Norway apologies to gay people 50 years after decriminalisation
119 men were convicted in Norway between 1902 and 1950 for having sex with other men.
Norway court rejects parole request for neo-Nazi mass murderer
The right-wing extremist killed 77 people in 2011.
Russian Navy releases details of anti-submarine drills off coast of Norway
In Ireland, the Russian ambassador is to appear before an Oireachtas committee on Wednesday.
Norwegian court to hear mass killer Anders Behring Breivik's request for parole today
The request is widely expected to be denied.
Norwegian mass killer Breivik to seek parole as victims' families fear grandstanding
The far-right terrorist killed 77 people in a bomb and gun massacre in Norway in 2011.
All time
Norwegian journalists held in Qatar after filming in labour camp
The two reporters were held for more than 30 hours and had their footage erased.
Footballer collapses from heart attack during game
Emil Palsson suddenly fell over in the 12th minute of the game against Stjordals-Blink.