Integration on hold in Norway: Immigrants face revocation of residence status

"People have felt on solid ground, and now they’re having the rug pulled out from under them," says researcher Jan-Paul Brekke.

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    In a hazardous initial attempt to sabotage the heavy water plant at Rjukan in Norway, 41 young Allied soldiers died. A soldier who was stricken from the roster for this mission, which was aimed at stalling Nazi Germany’s development of an atomic bomb, tells the inside story.
  • Hot rock gets a cold shoulder

    Thermal energy is there for the taking in the rock below us if you have the equipment to drill deep enough. Oil producer Norway has the hardware and the know-how, but is there any spark of interest?
  • Norway’s oldest elk

    A family in Norway has had the antlers of Norway’s oldest elk hanging on the wall of their home for over a century.
  • The hard road off the sofa

    Type 2 diabetics struggle to adjust their lifestyles and habits in keeping with medical recommendations. Patient groups could be the answer.
  • Could take the lead at the bottom

    Norwegian researchers want to develop new technology and establish observatories in the depths of the Norwegian Sea. Deep Norwegian sea beds are attracting international interest.
  • From oil city to energy city

    Oil city Stavanger is looking for a new label more suited to a post-petroleum era. The search for a new moniker is part of the south-western coastal city’s long history of identity shaping.
  • Injections cut fat

    A new slimming product can help grossly overweight people lose weight through a daily injection. Their weight loss persists after two years and there are very few side-effects, trials show.
  • Stop headaches with two minutes of daily strength training

    Two minutes of daily resistance band exercises is enough to reduce the neck and shoulder pains that can cause headaches.
  • Danes crack atom bonding code

    Atoms attach and detach according to a fixed pattern. A new theory explains how.
  • Enigmatic vertebra

    A thousand-year-old human vertebra with a mysterious square puncture was found among 30 skeletons beneath a Norwegian cathedral. Scientists have no explanation for how the hole was made.

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