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PST rejects mobile surveillance report

Norway's police intelligence agency PST has dismissed reports in newspaper Aftenposten late last year that the paper had found false base stations used for mobile telephone surveillance in Oslo....

Minister won’t detail spying probe

Justice Minister Anders Anundsen won't reveal details of the Norwegian authorities' investigation into suspected illegal surveillance of mobile phone communications. Many questions remained after Anundsen addressed...

More embassies subject to spying

More false mobile telephone base stations, capable of monitoring mobile phone communication, were likely in operation around Oslo late last autumn, reports newspaper Aftenposten,...

‘Norway needs own security minister’

A string of surveillance scandals in Norway, especially the recent reports of suspected illegal monitoring of mobile telephones in the country's power center in Oslo,...

Spies drawn by Norway’s wealth

Norway's emergence as a wealthy country, with one of the biggest and most powerful investment funds in the world, is being cited as one...

Spying fears mount on political leaders

NEWS ANALYSIS: Politicians, diplomats and ordinary citizens as well got another reminder on Saturday to never, ever use their mobile telephones to communicate sensitive information....

Ex-embassy guard jailed in tax case

The first of 18 tax evasion cases filed against local Norwegian employees of the US Embassy in Oslo has resulted in a 36-day jail term. A former security guard...

Islamist faces incitement charge

Norwegian police charged prominent Islamist Ubaydullah Hussain with inciting murder and terrorism on Tuesday. The charges came as visiting US Attorney General Eric Holder...

Support grows for a Nobel Peace Prize for Snowden

UPDATED: Edward Snowden, the former employee of the US National Security Agency (NSA) who exposed systematic and illegal surveillance of world leaders and US citizens, has attracted Nobel Peace...

Intelligence agency lifts the veil

Norway's national military intelligence service (NIS, or Etteretningstjenesten) will be more open about its staff, operations and intelligence gathering, promises NIS Chief Kjell Grandhagen....

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