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Israeli-made drones to assist in Norwegian rescue missions in the Arctic

Their state-of-the-art capabilities mean that the drones can continuously fly for hours on end over difficult terrain and identify targets under extreme conditions.

What makes some overcome evil, while others are coopted and destroyed?

In Keep Saying Their Names, Simon Stranger tries to postpone the second death of Hirsch Komissar, his great-grandfather-in-law, a Norwegian Jew murdered by the Gestapo in 1942.

By GLENN C. ALTSCHULER
09/07/2020
Mexico, India, Ireland, Norway elected to UN Security Council

One seat on the council remains open.

By REUTERS
18/06/2020
Palestinian kids display their textbooks
Norway to withhold funding to Palestinians over hateful, violent textbooks

The European Union commissioned a report by the Georg Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research following a report by the NGO IMPACT-se that found incitement to hatred and violence.

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
04/06/2020
Trends in the legal sector

The conservative legal industry has been resisting many of the technological innovations, but the recent pandemic is forcing even the most stubborn actors to make waves for the change.

31/05/2020
GRETHE TANGEN OLSEN in the Ashalim Guesthouse: A fan of the desert weather.
From Norway to the Negev

How a Scandinavian grandmother is leaving a permanent footprint in the sands of Israel.

By ANAV SILVERMAN PERETZ
23/01/2020
Norwegian parliament tells government to cut funding to PA over textbooks

Ruling coalition in Norwegian parliament angered over references to violence, martyrdom and terror found in Palestinian Authority school textbooks.

Palestinian kids display their textbooks
Norwegian lawmakers want Palestinian aid frozen over incitement

If implemented, it would spell the loss of $24 million in funding for the Palestinian Authority.

By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
06/12/2019
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