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Turkey calls on Norway to stay away from “internal affairs”

Turkey calls on Norway to stay away from “internal affairs”

The Turkish government believes that Norway and several countries do not understand democratic rules after demanding the release of a critic of the regime. Turkish President Recep Erdogan calls the Norwegian ambassador on the carpet. Photo: Francisco Seco / AP / NTBAmbassadors from ten countries, including Norway, were summoned to the Foreign Ministry in Ankara on Tuesday morning to explain themselves. The Norwegian Foreign Ministry has not yet ruled on the case.The summons came after embassies issued a statement Monday demanding the release of jailed regime critic Osman Kavala. The move was met with strong criticism from Turkey."All diplomatic missions are committed to respecting the sovereignty and independence of our country, and refraining from interfering in internal affairs,"...
– Immoral and unethical – E24

– Immoral and unethical – E24

Hundreds of current and laid-off SAS pilots showed up in front of the Storting on Tuesday, protesting the airline's "split" into Ireland and Denmark.Stener Berg Nelson is among several former and current SAS employees demonstrating outside the Storting on Tuesday.see more David Bach / E24Published: Just updatedThe case is being updated.- It is simply immoral and unethical behavior to try to organize ourselves away from the working life that we have in Norway, which is a tripartite collaboration, says SAS helmsman Stener Berg Nelson to E24.He is among former and current SAS employees who showed up at Eidsvolls plass outside the Storting in Oslo on Tuesday to mark opposition to SAS management's plans to close their former jobs.SAS has previously stated that the changes taking place in ...
– People would be surprised at the amount of sweets we eat.

– People would be surprised at the amount of sweets we eat.

SOGNSVANN (VG) Eirik Myhr Nossum (30), coach of the national cross-country ski team, wonders if his ski heroes have been good enough role models when he learns about the challenges of eating disorders in sports. CONSIDERED: Eirik Myhr Nossum is aware that everyone who invests in cross-country skiing should get enough food. Photo: Beate Grandma DahleAftenposten collaborates with VG-sporten. Therefore, as a reader of Aftenposten, you also get articles and services created by VG.- It is a problem that cannot be neglected in any way, says Nossum.VG has recently written several stories about how Eating disorders have affected cross-country skiers and in the best sports.Last year, Sunn Idrett received 215 inquiries related to eating disorders in general. The increase from the previous ye...
Don’t do this to children, NRK

Don’t do this to children, NRK

Martin Haaskjold InderhaugHead of Sustainability, AnimaliaIt is entirely possible to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture without eating less red meat, believes the author of the publication. Photo: NRK / Newton ScreenshotIt is not enough to throw a rock down a slope, crush a caravan and say that it is if we do not eat less red meat.DebateThis is a discussion post. Opinions in the text are the responsibility of the writer."How can red meat cause more rock slides?" footprints Newton in the first episode of the series Don't do this against the weather. In NRK's ​​science outreach program for children and youth, it is stated that cattle and sheep will cause more rockslides in the future. The explanation they give is that when cows and sheep emit methane, the earth becomes...
Democrats ask Hollywood star to clarify whether he wants to become governor of Texas

Democrats ask Hollywood star to clarify whether he wants to become governor of Texas

Hollywood star Matthew McConaughey (51) is the favorite in the polls before the Texas gubernatorial election, although he has yet to join any party. Photo: Chris Pizzello / Invision / NTBThe actor has toyed with the idea of ​​running for office, but has yet to commit to running. Many wonder if he only uses the prominence that speculation gives him to promote his new autobiography, "Greenlights."The election is in November of next year.Texas Governor Greg Abbott may be challenged by a Hollywood actor in next year's gubernatorial election. Photo: Joel Martinez / The Monitor via AP / NTBNow the Democrats, hoping for a historic victory in the great state, are getting bored. They encourage you to choose a side or to opt out of the fight.It comes after a poll by the University of Texa...
Tribute to hockey drama

Tribute to hockey drama

National ice hockey team veteran Alexander Bonsaksen is praised for how he handled the situation when his teammate Saku Vesterinen (22) had his wrist severed during a league game in the Finnish first division.THROUGHOUT FINLAND: National team defender Alexander Bonsaksen is the captain of the KooKoo team of the Finnish Premier League. The picture of when Norway won the match against Slovenia at the Pyeongchang Olympics four years ago. Photo: Lise Åserud / NTBAftenposten collaborates with VG-sporten. Therefore, as a reader of Aftenposten, you also get articles and services created by VG.- It's hard and it's very nice that he does what he does. I'm satisfied, says Ole Fosse, the veteran doctor for the national ice hockey team, when he learns of the dramatic event in the game between...
Myanmar frees political prisoners

Myanmar frees political prisoners

Tears of joy flowed as the first prisoners were released from the Yangon prison in Myanmar on Tuesday morning. Photo: AP / NTBMyanmar's military junta releases detained protesters under pressure from the Southeast Asian Cooperation Organization (ASEAN).Myanmar's military seized power in a coup on February 1 and placed the country's elected leaders, including peace prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi, under house arrest.Since then, more than 1,200 people have died in protests and the coup plotters have imprisoned thousands of protesters, activists and opposition figures.CriticizedThe Southeast Asian Cooperation Organization (ASEAN) has been criticized for its inadequacy, but last week it sharpened its tone and made clear that the leader of the board, Min Aung Hlaing, is not wanted at the su...
This year’s Nobel Prize in Economics winners set a new standard

This year’s Nobel Prize in Economics winners set a new standard

Peter Fredriksson (fv), Göran K. Hansson and Eva Mörk from the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences announced earlier this month that the economics award would go to David Card, Joshua Angrist and Guido Imbens. Photo: Claudio Bresciani / TT News Agency / Reuters / NTBThey brought natural experiments to the lab.Knowledge is Aftenposten's commitment to research and science, where researchers and professionals from all over the country contribute articles.This year, the Nobel Prize was awarded to David Card for his empirical work in labor market economics and to Joshua Angrist and Guido Imbens for the development of methods in applied economics. It's a long-advertised price. It's natural to think of price as the culmination of an approach that began some 30 years ago.Causal connectionsIt ...
The highest electricity price in history in southern Norway – E24

The highest electricity price in history in southern Norway – E24

Despite several highs in recent weeks, electricity prices continue to rise. On Tuesday, a record is set for the second day in a row. Monday's price record in southern Norway was not held for more than a day.see more Heiko Junge / NTBPublished: Published: Less than 10 minutes agoOn Tuesday, electricity prices rose to NOK 1.43 per kilowatt hour on average throughout the day in eastern Norway, southern Norway and western Norway, according to the electricity exchange. Nord pool. It is around 11 øre higher than the previous peak on Monday, when prices rose a bit. In addition, there is grid rental, taxes and VAT. NOK 1.43 per kilowatt hour is the highest daily price in history in southern Norway, he writes Europower-Energi. With this price as a starting point, the price of 230 øre per ki...
The first snow caused traffic chaos in eastern Norway

The first snow caused traffic chaos in eastern Norway

It snowed across much of Oslo and Viken in the early hours of Tuesday. Vegtrafikksentralen encouraged motorists to use winter tires, but many went off the road. This is what it looks like on E6 towards Oslo a little after 8.30 on Tuesday morning. Photo: Norwegian Public Roads Administration19. Oct 2021 07:12Last update a moment ago- If you go out and drive in the morning, you must have winter tires. Then some good extra space is recalculated for the car in front. That's what Norwegian Public Highway Administration traffic operator Tone Sorken said Tuesday morning.Then the first snow fell in and around the capital. Images from the Norwegian Public Roads Administration's webcam showed snow on the road at various locations in Oslo. It also snowed in parts of the city.At Grünerløkka...