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PST targets more right-wing extremism

The arrest in Oslo this weekend of a right-wing nationalist from the US marks the latest example of how Norway's police intelligence unit PST...

Supreme Court boosts Islamist’s jail terms for threats

Norway's Supreme Court has sentenced Islamic extremist Mohyeldeen Mohammad to two years and six months in prison for threatening the Liberal Party's Member of...

Prime minister’s office won’t return

Norway's Office of the Prime Minister (Statsministerens kontor, SMK) won't be returning to the top floors of the government complex that was bombed by...

Italy formally seeks Krekar’s extradition

Norway's justice ministry received a formal extradition request from Italy on Wednesday for Najmuddin Faraj Ahmad, better known as Mullah Krekar. The request comes...

Women’s murderers sentenced to death

Norway generally condemns death sentences, but those handed out to three men convicted of having murdered two young Scandinavian women on holiday in Morocco...

Krekar held in custody, faces extradition

A Norwegian court has ordered Islamic cleric Mullah Krekar to be held in custody for at least four weeks, pending extradition to Italy. Italian officials...

Krekar convicted, arrested in Oslo

Norway's most controversial refugee, Mullah Krekar, was under arrest in Oslo on Tuesday after being seized by the Norwegian police intelligence agency PST and...

Young bomber deported

A 19-year-old Russian citizen convicted of carrying a home-made bomb into Oslo's Grønland district two years ago has been deported. TV2 reported that a...

Norway sympathizes with New Zealand

Prime Minister Erna Solberg, top political colleagues and survivors of Norway's own terrorist attacks in 2011 were quick to express sympathy and support for the...

PST criticizes counterpart’s data storage request

Norway's state intelligence gathering agency PST (Politiets sikkerhetstjenesten) isn't supporting a request from its military and overseas counterpart E-tjenesten, that the latter be allowed...

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