"This is essentially an unknown phenomenon," said archaeologist Raymond Sauvage from the Norwegian University of Science Museum.
Five Syrian refugees, all torture survivors, have filed witness statements on what they endured in their home country and asked Norwegian officials to investigate the war crimes they experienced.
Researchers played people thousands of chords to see which parts of their brains lit up.
While the young activist was a favorite, the 2019 award went to Abiy Ahmed, the Prime Minister of Ethiopia.
In a worldwide first, a Norwegian Circle K gas station has replaced all of their gasoline pumps with electric vehicle fast chargers.
"Artificially sweetened beverages are often considered by the consumers as safe alternatives to sugary drinks since they provide very few calories but their effects on long term health remain very uncertain," an expert told Newsweek.
The passenger was rescued thanks to an operation involving a military helicopter and six vessels, but had sustained serious injuries.
Scientists looked at how what is known as an obesogenic environment affects a person's chances of becoming obese.
Using tools to dig for food underground was once thought to be a behavior unique to humans.
Norway's new Elderly and Public Health Minister Sylvi Listhaug does not "plan to be the moral police, and will not tell people how to live their lives."
A harness taken from the beluga whale bore the words "Equipment of St. Petersburg."
"Our night watch has now apprehended the man to deter any further criminal activity on his behalf," police said.
Under, a new subaquatic eatery in Lindesnes, Norway, doubles as a marine research facility.
If confirmed, the find would be "a historic event" worthy of international attention, one minister said.
Scientists believe that females in opposite-sex twins are exposed to higher than normal levels of testosterone in the womb, which could affect their behavior.
Anne-Elisabeth Falkevik Hagen, 68, has been missing for 10 weeks.
"He knows us quite well and clearly thought it would be OK to call us for help. A bit like calling a friend," a local officer said.
"Russia is known to possess such capabilities," said Finnish Prime Minister Juha Sipila.
Around 50,000 troops, 65 vessels, 150 aircraft and 10,000 vehicles will take part in Trident Juncture 2018.
All of NATO's 29 members will take part in the exercises, as will the alliance's partners Sweden and Finland.
U.S. Navy Admiral James Foggo said one of the exercise's messages was to "show NATO is capable of defending, it is capable of deterring any adversary."
A spokesman for the Norwegian police said the suspect would be held for two weeks to keep him from destroying evidence.
The country hopes that the program will provide a "better quality of life" to addicts.