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Group.png Norway   Sourcewatch WikiquoteRdf-icon.png
Flag of Norway.svg
Capital cityOslo
LocationScandinavia, Europe
LeaderPrime Minister of Norway
Erna Solberg.jpg
Incumbent: Erna Solberg
Since 16 October 2013
Typenation state
Member ofNATO, OECD
SubpageNorway/Minister of Finance

Child sex abuse

After "one of the largest child sex abuse cases in history", Norwegian police announced in November 2016 that a year-long special investigation entitled “Operation Darkroom” had resulted in the seizure of 150 terabytes of photos, movies and chat logs containing atrocities against young children. The Washington Post briefly reported on the story,[1] but later withdrew the page. Over 50 people are accused, including “highly educated” individuals, including two former or current elected politicians, one teacher, a lawyer and a police officer.[2]


An event carried out

2011 Attacks on LibyaLibyaA premeditated act of aggression that was carried out under a pretext of "humanitarian intervention".


Ambassadors to Norway

Nation stateStartDescription
Ambassador to Norway
UK/Ambassador to Norway



2011 Norway attacksA car bomb in Oslo and subsequent mass shooting at a summer camp in Norway on 22 July 2011, claiming a total of 77 lives.


Groups Headquartered Here

A Group Headquartered Here
International Democrat Union
University of Bergen
University of Oslo


Citizens of Norway on Wikispooks

Torvild Aakvaag27 January 19279 July 2017
Henrik Aasarød28 July 19288 April 2000
Kjetil Alstadheim
Nils Astrup
Svein Auser
Eivinn Berg
Finn Bergesen
John Bernander22 September 1957
Halvdan Bjorum23 July 1926
Erik Braathens31 October 1955
Svein Richard Brandtzæg23 December 1957
Trygve Bratteli11 January 191020 November 1984
Anders Breivik13 February 1979Convicted of planting the bomb that killed 8 people in central Oslo, Norway, followed by the shooting to death of 66 teenagers on a nearby camping island on 22 July 2011
Børge Brende25 September 1965
Arne Olav Brundtland16 October 1936
Gro Harlem Brundtland20 April 1939
Kristin Clemet20 April 1957
Per Ditlev-Simonsen12 June 1932
Espen Barth Eide1 May 1964
Hans Engen22 August 19126 April 1966
Moe Finn
Knut Frydenlund
Svein Gjedrem
Bjørn Grydeland
Christian Hambro
Jens Christian Hauge15 May 191530 October 2006
Per Egil Hegge6 March 1940
Vidar Helgesen
Jens Heyerdahl30 March 19109 November 2002
Odd Hojdahl5 January 192123 February 1994
Johan Jorgen Holst
Per Hysing-Dahl31 July 19207 April 1989
Westye Höegh30 December 1942
Siv Jensen1 June 1969
Johann Koss29 October 1968
Kare Kristiansen
Halvard Lange16 September 190219 May 1970
Trygve Lie16 July 189630 December 1968
Sjur Lindebraekke6 April 19091 October 1998
Karl Lorck
Helge Lund16 October 1962
Geir Lundestad7 January 1945
Birger Magnus
Haakon Magnus20 July 1973
Tor Moursund19271996
Egil Myklebust9 June 1942
Einar Fr. Nagell-Erichsen15 February 193412 November 2007
Sivert Nielsen
Harald Norvik
Nils Orvik3 January 191810 February 2005
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