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Obos prices in Oslo rose 3.2 percent in July – E24

Obos prices in Oslo rose 3.2 percent in July – E24

After a drop the previous month, prices for used Obos homes fell sharply in July. Pictured are residential buildings in Helsfyr, Vålerenga and Ekeberg in Oslo. see moreby schemeHåkon Mosvold Larsen, NTBPublished: Just updatedObos home prices in the capital rose 3.2% in July, new figures show, covering about a quarter of the second-hand market in Oslo. The price increase is higher than usual, according to chief economist Sissel Monsvold at Obos. - It was much higher than expected, says Monsvold to E24. She says they had previously anticipated little or no price increases. The development comes after corresponding prices fell 2.3 percent the previous month, which was the biggest drop since 2017. More than 12 percent in the last yearMonsvold explains that the price increase should be viewe...
Ban on laying off tenants during the due date of the crown this weekend.  Many Americans can now be evicted from their homes.

Ban on laying off tenants during the due date of the crown this weekend. Many Americans can now be evicted from their homes.

Almost 1 in 5 Americans have difficulty paying their rent. Shelters are preparing for an increase in the number of homeless people.An American woman protests that it is now legal to evict those who cannot pay their rent as a result of worse counseling during the pandemic. Photo: Lucy Nicholson, Reuters / NTBSaturday was the end of the law that assured many low-income Americans a roof over their heads. During the corona pandemic, landlords were barred from evicting the vast majority of tenants who couldn't pay. The law protected both those living in government and private housing, as long as they could show they had lost income during the pandemic, tried to get help, and tried to pay as much rent as possible. The goal was to keep people home and away from crowds. However, the unpaid ...
This remains one of the Norwegian Olympic hopes: – More medal opportunities

This remains one of the Norwegian Olympic hopes: – More medal opportunities

Norway has three medals when the last week of the Tokyo Olympics begins. Thus, five medals are missing to reach the Olympic goal. Here is an overview of the remaining Norwegian Olympic hopes.GOLD IN SIGHT: Karsten Warholm is set for the final of the 400m hurdles on Tuesday.1 in 5Photo: Bjørn Steinar DelebekkAftenposten collaborates with VG-sporten. Therefore, as a reader of Aftenposten, you also get articles and services created by VG.So far at the Olympics, Norway has won three medals, one in each denomination. Kristian Blummenfelt took the gold in triathlon, Kjetil Borch silver in singlesculler, and Hermann Tomasgaard bronze in laser candle.With that, Norway adds five of the eight medals that Olympiatoppen had as a goal before the championship.- There are still more medal opportuni...
– I have nothing to say

– I have nothing to say

TOKYO (VG) Ingebrigtsen's children decide everything themselves during the Olympics, according to their father Gjert (55). From night to Tuesday, he is ready for trial, something that has often ended dramatically for the Sandnes family.TRIO: Jakob (left) and Filip Ingebrigtsen along with Dad Gjert when the family had a press conference on Sunday morning Norwegian time.1 in 10Photo: Bjørn Steinar DelebekkAftenposten collaborates with VG-sporten. Therefore, as a reader of Aftenposten, you also get articles and services created by VG.Anyone who has seen "Team Ingebrigtsen" knows who has been a "sports director" in the family (Mom Tone is, of course, CEO). But Jakob is 20 and Filip is 28. Have they taken over? We asked the question when they met with the Norwegian media in Tokyo. - It i...
New fourth place for Norway: – I lose control

New fourth place for Norway: – I lose control

TOKYO (VG) Jon-Herman Hegg (21) wanted an Olympic medal, but he left at the end of the final in a full match. For the third time in Tokyo, Norway ranked fourth in shooting.NEW 4TH PLACE: Jon-Hermann Hegg in action in Monday's final. Photo: Heiko Junge2. Aug 2021 10:40Last update a moment agoAftenposten collaborates with VG-sporten. Therefore, as a reader of Aftenposten, you also get articles and services created by VG.- That was exciting. I felt like my heart rate was high all the time. I had a plan. It worked well for most shots, says Hegg in a meeting with Norwegian journalists at the shooting range in Tokyo.After Ukraine's Serhiy Kulish, who had been ahead of the Norwegian, shot at the wrong target, Hegg suddenly advanced to third place when the Olympic medals were decided.But ...
Hegg exploded in the battle for the Olympic medal

Hegg exploded in the battle for the Olympic medal

TOKYO (VG) Jon-Herman Hegg (21) wanted an Olympic medal, but he left at the end of the final in a full match. For the fourth time in Tokyo, Norway ranked fourth in shooting.Jon-Hermann Hegg. Photo: Heiko JungeAftenposten collaborates with VG-sporten. Therefore, as a reader of Aftenposten, you also get articles and services created by VG.After Ukraine's Serhiy Kulish, who had been ahead of the Norwegian, shot at the wrong target, Hegg suddenly advanced to third place when the Olympic medals were decided.But a shot that hit just 8.0 was fatal for Hegg, who ultimately had to settle for fourth place, the same position his teammate Jeanette Hegg Duestad has held on two previous Olympics times.Jon-Hermann Hegg was third best in the standings, but the shooters did not carry the points to the...
The Belarusian sprinter arrived at the Polish embassy in Tokyo

The Belarusian sprinter arrived at the Polish embassy in Tokyo

TOKYO (VG) Sprinter Kristina Timanovskaya (24) spent the night in a Tokyo airport hotel. Today it is said that he arrived at the Polish embassy in the city of millions.LOST HER EXERCISE: Sprinter Kristina Timanovskaya in dialogue with police at the airport on Sunday. He has lost the 200 meters he was supposed to run last night. Photo: ISSEI KATO / REUTERS2. Aug 2021 07:01Last update a moment agoAftenposten collaborates with VG-sporten. Therefore, as a reader of Aftenposten, you also get articles and services created by VG.He reports to both the Reuters news agency and British Sky, which has published a picture of what Timanovskaya is supposed to be. Against her will, an attempt was made to have her sent home to Belarus on Sunday after receiving public criticism about her home countr...
The IOC in dialogue with the Belarusian sprinter: – We support her

The IOC in dialogue with the Belarusian sprinter: – We support her

TOKYO (VG) Sprinter Kristina Timanovskaya (24) spent the night in a Tokyo airport hotel, under the protection of those who want to send her home to Belarus.LOST HER EXERCISE: Sprinter Kristina Timanovskaya in dialogue with police at the airport on Sunday. He has lost the 200 meters he was supposed to run last night. Photograph: ISSEI KATO / X90003Aftenposten collaborates with VG-sporten. Therefore, as a reader of Aftenposten, you also get articles and services created by VG.This was stated by the IOC at a press conference in the Japanese capital last night, Norwegian time.- Timanovskaya has assured us that she feels safe. We were in dialogue with her around midnight yesterday, and today we spoke with her again early to be clear about what she wants. We will support her in that decis...
– I thought we could create a little piece of Norway.

– I thought we could create a little piece of Norway.

Lies, self-deception, arrogance and arrogance are highlighted in the investigation of what went wrong in Afghanistan. The war in America is compared to the war in Vietnam.The Americans came to Afghanistan with pride and thought they could create a small piece of Norway, according to the researcher of the war effort in Afghanistan. Here's General James Amos with soldiers in Helmand province in 2011. Photo: Robert Burns / AP / NTBJohn Sopko is from the United States Afghan Reconstruction Inspector General, and he is ruthless in his assessment of the 20-year war in Afghanistan. As NATO and the United States withdraw, the Taliban are constantly conquering new districts and advancing towards major cities in Afghanistan. At the same time, a harsh sentence is being handed down for the war t...
Fear of Olympic form after corona vaccine side effects – set new record in Norway

Fear of Olympic form after corona vaccine side effects – set new record in Norway

Evid Henriksen (30) set a Norwegian sledgehammer record on Monday night. The cost of the Olympics dropped considerably after the side effects of the vaccine.FINAL READY: Evid Henriksen is ready for the Olympic mallet final after throwing 78.79 meters on Monday night. Photo: BEN STANSALL / AFPAftenposten collaborates with VG-sporten. Therefore, as a reader of Aftenposten, you also get articles and services created by VG.- I felt it right away. You know that well. It's very good to get it on the first run, Henriksen tells VG overnight to Monday. When VG talks to the 30-year-old from Oslo, he recently set a new Norwegian record on the deck. 78.79 meters appeared on the board in Tokyo and Henriksen probably served what was the loudest roar of joy in the Olympic arena. Thus, he erased h...