Krekar to be deported but cannot be forcibly expelledBush to visit Norway when Bondevik away in JapanBut why is he coming?Labour could drop EU membership as campaign issue at next electionStock Exchange celebrates Nagell-Erichsen convictionTodays comment from Dagbladet
China's most powerful legislative committee has ruled Hong Kong will not have direct elections for its next leader in 2007, crushing hopes in the Chinese territory for a quick move toward full democracy.
Talks between Nigeria and Cameroon over oil-rich Bakassi peninsula have ended without agreement.
Defence Committee chairman: Norwegian submarine not helping USA in Iraq Boost for Bondevik No tidal wave of violence after all NOK 5.5 million swindle Go-ahead for fines to combat illegal advertisingKing crab to enrich Finnmark Investor mutiny could derail merger Statoil cocks a snook at Hydro over chief executive pay Nordea employees could face jobs free-for-all Todays comment from Dagsavisen
PM believes war is inevitableInvestor opposition could block bank mergerBattle joined over Labours EU standpointPossibility of strike in private sector Todays comment from Dagbladet
An Islamic militia fighting for control of the Somali capital, Mogadishu, has agreed to a ceasefire, according to local clan elders.
Counting of ballots is due to begin for the first parliamentary and local elections held in Afghanistan in more than 30 years.
A wave of blasts in Iraq from suicide bombers have killed more than 60 people and injuring more than 100 in the bloodiest day since February.
A number of racist graffiti has appeared on property along the Bristol to Bath cycletrack at Fishponds in the UK, according to police.
A senior Italian politician says ransom of $1m was paid for the release of two hostages held in Iraq.