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Help Remove Landmines From the Path of Peace in Colombia
[Norwaynews] [12.05.2016, 08:30pm, Thu. GMT]
Ferney Cifuentes, like so many Colombian children from his area, was helping his father herd cattle in Montecristo in January 2015 when a violent blast lifted the Earth and sent shrapnel flying.

The 14-year-old had stepped on a landmine. His death -- tragically -- was not unique. More than 11,000 Colombians have been wounded or killed by landmines and other unexploded ordnance in the past quarter century.

Landmines are singularly dangerous because they can lay dormant for years, only to kill and maim innocent people without warning. In Colombia last year, 285 people, including 40 children, were killed by landmines, a toll surpassed only by Afghanistan. At current mine clearance rates, decades will pass before the country is mine free.
 
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'Several die' in Norway helicopter crash near Bergen
[Norwaynews] [29.04.2016, 01:26pm, Fri. GMT]
Several people have been found dead after a helicopter crashed west of the Norwegian city of Bergen with 13 on board, local media report.

There were initial reports of people in the sea, but a rescue official told broadcaster NRK that there were no signs of any survivors.

The helicopter was "totally destroyed". Photos from the scene show thick smoke coming from an area of rocky islets.

It was flying from the Gullfaks oil field to Bergen.

The western city is a centre for the North Sea oil and gas industry.
 
Norwegian businessman killed in boating accident
[Norwaynews] [11.11.2015, 02:37pm, Wed. GMT]
Norwegian businessman and philanthropist Erik Henriksen was killed Monday in a boating accident in the North Sound. The 58-year-old, who according to friends, owned property at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman and hoped to retire to the Cayman Islands, was thrown from his boat along with another man around 6 p.m.
 
Crash victims cremated in Norway
[Norwaynews] [24.05.2015, 08:18pm, Sun. GMT]
The funerals of the Co Limerick woman and her daughter who died in a road accident in Poland on May 6 has taken place in Norway.Yvonne Long, aged 30, from Curraghchase, Kilcornan, and her daughter Ella, aged two, were killed instantly when their car was hit by a van.
 
Ambassador of Norway among 7 killed in Pakistan
[Norwaynews] [08.05.2015, 02:21pm, Fri. GMT]
The Norwegian and Philippine ambassadors to Pakistan are among seven who died in a helicopter crash in northern Pakistan. A Pakistani military helicopter carrying diplomats to the north of the country made a crash landing, killing the ambassadors of Norway and the Philippines as well as the wives of the Indonesian and Malaysian ambassadors, an Pakistan army spokesman said.
 
Norwegian tourist fatally injured in Koh Tao diving accident
[Norwaynews] [22.12.2014, 02:28pm, Mon. GMT]
A Norwegian tourist was fatally injured while scuba diving when she was hit by the propeller of a passing boat near Koh Tao in Thailand’s southern province of Surat Thani on December 22, according to local police. The Norwegian woman, identified as Silji Macdison, 22, sustained severe cuts to the head and on her left thigh as she was surfacing in shallow waters just off Koh Tao around 2.30 pm.
 
Norwegian tourist died in Nanyuki accident
[Norwaynews] [23.02.2014, 09:50am, Sun. GMT]
Two people, among them a Norwegian tourist died Saturday in a fatal accident that occurred at Equator area in Nanyuki town. The tourists were travelling back to Nairobi after completing a Mount Kenya hiking expedition. Ten others, including the driver if the ill-fated matatu were seriously injured during the Saturday afternoon accident, although the driver succumbed to the injuries while undergoing treatment at Nanyuki Cottage Hospital.
 
Serbia police fatally shoot Norwegian man
[Norwaynews] [27.01.2014, 02:13pm, Mon. GMT]
Police in Serbia say a Norwegian man has been killed in an exchange of gunfire with security forces in the country’s south. The police identified the man only by his initials, T.S.K., born in 1975. They said he grabbed a police rifle after hitting a Serbian policeman in the head with a brick, and then shot randomly at a police bus late on Saturday. A policeman was wounded. Police say they chased the man to his house in the town of Presevo, bordering Kosovo, where he died in a gunfire exchange.
 
Norway to send cops to Congo
[Norwaynews] [20.08.2013, 07:14pm, Tue. GMT]
Norway will send police officers to the Democratic Republic of Congo to attend the autopsy of a Norwegian who died mysteriously in a Kinshasa prison, the government said Tuesday. Joshua French, a friend and cellmate of Tjostolv Moland who was found dead in his cell on Sunday morning, meanwhile told a Norwegian newspaper that Congolese authorities were investigating him as a suspect in the death.
 
Suspected Norwegian drug smuggler killed by police
[Norwaynews] [07.01.2013, 04:29pm, Mon. GMT]
Some 250 kilograms of cannabis were found in the boat used by suspected drug smugglers who shot at police in a bid to escape arrest.A suspected drug smuggler was killed last night after an exchange of fire with police who were waiting to apprehend them in a small northern Jutland harbour. The police had received a tip-off that the three smugglers were going to use the harbour and, as the men arrived at around 9pm, moved in to arrest them.
 
Norwegian dies in tsunami buoy accident
[Norwaynews] [22.10.2012, 12:01pm, Mon. GMT]
The installation of the tsunami buoy at Pulau Sipadan has been halted due to a fatal accident involving the leader of the team. In a statement yesterday, the Malaysian Meteorological Department announced that the accident occurred on Thursday while team leader Stig Erik Lyng and other team members were installing the buoy aboard the ship MV Pendamar. Lyng, 53, an expert with more than 30 years' experience in the buoy system, was rushed to the Semporna Hospital but was pronounced dead upon arrival.
 
ISIS Claims It Has Murdered Hostages From Norway and China
[Norwaynews] [18.11.2015, 09:35pm, Wed. GMT]
The Islamic State militant group (ISIS) claims to have killed two hostages, one from China and one from Norway, in the release of its official English-language propaganda magazine. In September, the group published “for sale” advertisements for Chinese national Fan Jinghui and a Norwegian national Ole Johan Grimsgaard-Ofstad in the magazine entitled Dabiq. Both were pictured in yellow jumpsuits, set against jet-black backgrounds.
 
Norwegian found dead
[Norwaynews] [06.10.2015, 05:28am, Tue. GMT]
A 25-year-old Norwegian visiting his girlfriend in Nairobi was found dead in a house in Zimmerman estate yesterday. A second foreigner believed to be a Dutch national also visiting his girlfriend was rescued by police in another house in Zimmerman.
 
Norway’s Ambassador to Pakistan has died
[Norway] [09.05.2015, 04:20pm, Sat. GMT]
The Pakistani authorities have confirmed reports that Norway’s Ambassador to Pakistan, Leif Holger Larsen, has died in a helicopter crash in the country. ‘It is with great sorrow that we received the news today that Ambassador Leif Holger Larsen has died in Pakistan. Our thoughts are with his close family and friends.
 
Irishman arrested after Norwegian beaten to death
[Norwaynews] [30.12.2014, 06:44pm, Tue. GMT]
An Irishman has been arrested in India after a 49-year-old Norwegian tourist was beaten to death with a set of bongo drums. The Norwegian was found dead in the holiday resort of Madhalawada in India. It is believed the dead man, named as Sundra Erdemir, was on good terms with the Irishman. They had been at Erdemir's house and planned to stay the night. The two then went to the Norwegian's father-in-law's house.
 
Norwegian tourist dies in Hawkesbury River
[Norwaynews] [26.04.2014, 02:21pm, Sat. GMT]
A Norwegian tourist has become the second person to die in the Hawkesbury River at Windsor this year. The 19-year-old failed to surface after jumping into the river from a rope at Windsor just after 2.30pm on Saturday. His death follows that of Scott Mackenzie, 25, who drowned west of Windsor Bridge in January. Hawkesbury mayor Kim Ford said people needed to ‘‘exercise great caution’’ around the tidal river, which is a popular swimming spot.
 
North Sea oil worker reported dead
[Norwaynews] [19.02.2014, 02:17pm, Wed. GMT]
An supply boat worker was reportedly found dead in the North Sea off Norway on Sunday. The employee was spotted near the Ocean Rig semi-submersible Leiv Eiriksson about 200 kilometers north-east of Stavanger, where Total was drilling the Trell prospect, according to Norwegian news site Nordlys The French major began drilling Trell in December in production licence 102F in 120 meters of water.
 
Norwegian’s body found in Sri Lanka
[Norwaynews] [06.01.2014, 12:12pm, Mon. GMT]
The body of a 46-year-old Norwegian national who is suspected to have been drowned in the sea off Habaraduwa was found today. The police in Sri Land  said that they are conducting investigations into the death. The body is currently at the Karapitiya hospital in Sri Lanka.
 
Norwegian killed in Congo Prison?
[Norwaynews] [18.08.2013, 06:30pm, Sun. GMT]
Tjostolv Moland, one of two Norwegian citizens imprisoned in Congo since 2009 on murder charges, has died in prison, his lawyer and government officials said Sunday. He was 32. The cause of death wasn't immediately clear, attorney Hans Marius Graasvold said. British-Norwegian citizen Joshua French, who was imprisoned alongside Moland, is upset but in good health, Graasvold said.
 
Swine flu kills 11-year old boy in Norway
[Norwaynews] [29.12.2012, 04:38pm, Sat. GMT]
An 11-year old boy from the southern Norwegian county of Telemark has died of a swine virus infection, the Norwegian-language newspaper Aftenposten reported on Friday. The boy had been seriously ill for two weeks before being transferred on Christmas Eve from a local hospital in Porsgrunn to the Riks Hospital in Oslo, capital of Norway, said Bjoernar Nyen, a doctor in the boy's hometown.
 
US artist writes a song for Norway
[Norwaynews] [08.10.2012, 09:15am, Mon. GMT]
American singer and songwriter James Rogers wrote a song dedicated to Norway that illustrates the American people's solidarity and support for the Norwegian people after July 22. "It is now our hope to share this song, this prayer, with as many people as possible, both in the USA and in Norway," the songwriter states on a website dedicated to the song. Just a week after the tragedy at Utøya, a retired US General and his wife visited their friends, a Norwegian General and his wife, in Norway.
 
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