The Kingdom of Norway lies on the Scandinavian Peninsula and is not part of the European Union.
It shares a long eastern border with Sweden, but it is also bordered by Finland and Russia to the north-east. Norway is one of the original states of Europe and the third-oldest European kingdom formed after the English and the French monarchies. This page collates DW's latest content related to Norway.
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Last Monday, around 300 US marines arrived in Norway for a six month deployment. Nothing unusual you might think in a NATO member state hosting troops from another NATO country. But this, along with the arrival of several thousand US troops in other NATO countries bordering Russia has provoked strong reactions from Moscow. Lars Bevanger reports.
Jeans are perhaps the world's most popular piece of clothing, and each year more than one point two billion pairs of them are sold globally. Most pairs are made in low-cost countries in Asia or Mexico. But now a team of denim enthusiasts in Trondheim, Norway, are bucking the trend - making bespoke pairs of jeans right inside their own shop. Lars Bevanger went to have a browse.
Much of the salmon on our tables this festive season could come from Norway - or Scotland. But chances are it won't be wild, but farmed. Is this a sustainable way to keep us supplied with healthy fish? Critics aren't so sure. "Living Planet" pays a visit to Scotland to hear both sides of the story. Gudrun Heise presents this report by Gabor Paal.