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  • Title: Europe's News in English
    Descriptive info: .. Menu.. Home.. Most commented.. In pictures.. Just features.. Jobs.. About us.. Advertising and Services.. Full site.. Latest news.. Malala: Youngest ever Nobel Peace Laureate.. The 95th Nobel Peace Prize announced in Oslo on Friday has been shared by Indian Kailash Satyarthi and Pakistani Malala Yousafzay, at 17, the youngest ever winner.. 9 hours ago.. Martial arts champ in extreme marital abuse.. A Norwegian martial arts fanatic subjected his wife to over a decade of rape and extreme violence, a court in Oslo heard on Friday.. 4 hours ago.. Norwegian child bride to marry in Oslo.. A Norwegian blog supposedly written by a 12-year-old girl and informing the world about her upcoming wedding to a 37-year-old has caused global outrage.. Peace Prize: Will winner come from Russia?.. The conflict in Ukraine and President Putin’s iron grip on his own country has resulted in speculation the Nobel Peace Prize this year will go to Russian dissidents.. But US whistleblower Edward Snowden, now a Russian resident, is also hotly tipped.. 10 hours ago.. The fickle five: Meet the Nobel commitee.. Since 1901, Alfred Nobel has decreed the Peace Prize should be adjudged by a committee of five, selected by the Norwegian Parliament.. This still holds true and The Local looks at who will decide one of the world's most prestigious awards.. PM defends right to give Nobel winner's speech.. Erna Solberg will deliver the traditional Norwegian Prime Minister's speech after the Nobel Peace Prize winner is announced in Oslo on Friday morning, amid criticism the custom should be scrapped.. 20 hours ago.. How to catch the first lobster of the year: blog.. The Local's Oliver Gee joined fishermen on Sweden's west coast seeking the first lobster catch of the year.. Follow the journey.. Presented by West Sweden.. September 23, 2014.. Norway's electric cars need more noise: EU.. Norwegian electrical cars must make more noise, an EU initiative has stated.. Norway celebrates 25 years of Sami politics.. Norway sent its congratulations on Thursday to the Sámi government, which on Thursday celebrated its 25th anniversary.. 1 day ago.. Nobel Peace Prize 2014: Preview.. This year's announcement as to who shall win the Nobel Peace Prize is wide-open, with a pope, a whistlebower and even President Putin among the 278 candidates tipped to lift one of the world's most revered accolades.. The Local looks ahead to the event in Oslo on Friday.. 2 days ago.. Killer who served 25 years refused release.. A Norwegian man, who killed his family over 27 years ago and has  ...   Oslo, will get the last dose of the virus treatment medicine ZMapp available in the world.. 3 days ago.. Ebola virus victim arrives in Norway by special jet.. The Norwegian woman, diagnosed with Ebola while working for a charity organization in Sierra Leone, will arrive in Oslo for treatment on Tuesday.. Martin Ødegaard: Barcelona bound?.. Barcelona want Martin Ødegaard and his father is set to pay the Spanish club a visit to discuss a likely move, according to VG.. 'World needs aid workers taking Ebola risk': Høie.. Norway's Minister for Health went on record on Monday to state those who take part in international aid work must run the risk of contracting diseases like Ebola if global society is to survive.. Norwegian couple win Nobel medicine prize.. A Norwegian husband and wife team received this year's Nobel prize in medicine, it was announced on Monday in Stockholm.. October 06, 2014.. Radioactivity in Norway's reindeers hits high.. Much higher levels of radioactivity than normal have been found among Norway's grazing animals, especially its reindeer population, a study revealed on Monday.. Coop Norway buys ICA for 2.. 5 billion kroner.. Coop Norway bought ICA Norway's food store business on Monday for 2.. 5 billion kroner and includes 553 stores nationwide.. Norwegians advised to avoid Turkish border.. The Norwegian government on Sunday warned travellers to avoid the war-torn border areas of Turkey close to Syria and Iraq.. Kids charity con men in 2.. 3 million kroner scam.. Three men in Norway have been caught and charged on Friday after they posed as children's charity workers and conned donors out of over 2 million kroner of donations.. October 03, 2014.. Terror threat Hussain released on charge.. Terror suspect Ubaydullah Hussain was in Oslo district court on Friday to hear his charge of indirectly encouraging terrorism dropped by the judges.. Editor's picks.. Today's most read.. Features.. Meet Norway's raining kings of fashion.. Interview: Helene Meldahl, selfie artist.. More Features.. Offbeat news from Norway.. Norway schools delay exams amid Bieber fever.. Why Rudolph's nose is so bright: Norway study.. Africans aid freezing Norway in spoof video.. More Offbeat.. Business & Money.. More Business & Money.. Jobs in Norway.. C#.. NET Developer/Architect in Skøyen,.. More jobs.. More from The Local.. News.. National.. International.. Breivik Terror Trial.. Expat Guide.. Culture.. Society.. Politics.. Health.. Tech.. Education.. Sport.. Travel.. Other editions.. TL Austria.. TL Denmark.. TL France.. TL Germany.. TL Italy.. TL Spain.. TL Sweden.. TL Switzerland.. Contact us.. Privacy policy.. The Local Europe AB.. Östgötagatan 12.. 116 25 Stockholm.. Sweden..

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  • Title: Most commented - Europe's News in English
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  • Title: Galleries The Local
    Descriptive info: Norway edition.. Change edition:.. Austria.. Denmark.. France.. Germany.. Italy.. Spain.. Sweden.. Switzerland.. October 10, 2014.. Register.. Sign in.. News & Features.. National.. International.. Business Money.. Politics.. Culture.. Society.. Health.. Travel.. Education.. Sport.. Features.. See all our latest galleries.. Search all jobs.. IT jobs.. Accountancy/Finance jobs.. Engineering jobs.. Admin jobs.. Marketing jobs.. Jobs in Oslo.. Jobs in Bergen.. Jobs in Trondheim.. Jobs in Stavanger.. Money.. Business Money news.. Community.. Categories.. Noticeboard.. Buy, sell, hire, announce or promote - for free.. More.. Weather.. Archive.. About us.. Advertise.. Contact.. Norway Photo Galleries.. News galleries.. 7 best photos of selfie artist Helene Meldahl.. Third anniversary of Breivik terror attack.. GALLERY: Goat saved in dare-devil rescue.. Nightlife galleries.. GALLERY: 12 top tips on how to snag a Norwegian.. March 2012 party pics by Hipster.. Lifestyle galleries..  ...   for foreigners.. Ten best 'selfies' from Nato's Cold Response exercise.. Travel galleries.. Ten houses where you can plan an amazing Swedish summer.. 1,385.. jobs available.. Noticeboard.. 08/10.. clean houses, offices, factory.. 06/10.. An honest fellow needs help finding work in Norway.. 18/09.. Learn Italian or Portuguese !.. 19/08.. Costa Del Sol Spain.. 21/07.. I want to socialize my puppy.. Learn Norwegian, English, or Italian.. SHOW ALL NOTICES.. About.. Advertise.. Editorial.. Editions.. Contact us.. About The Local.. Privacy policy.. Terms of use.. Audience data.. Contact our sales team.. Post a job ad.. Send us a story.. Our journalists.. RSS newsfeeds.. Austria's news in English.. Denmark's news in English.. France's news in English.. Germany's news in English.. Italy's news in English.. Spain's news in English.. Sweden's news in English.. Switzerland's news in English..

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  • Title: Features - Europe's News in English
    Descriptive info: The design duo behind Norwegian Rain, Norway's award-winning fashion brand, tell The Local how making rainwear that is both functional and stylish is not all grey skies.. August 27, 2014.. Helene Meldahl is a Norwegian artist who became famous after her unique style of selfie mirror art made her an internet phenomena.. The Local asked the multi-media maverick to reflect a little and 'selfie' analyse her work.. August 13, 2014.. Interview: Jan Berglund, Chess Olympiad ambassador.. In August the Chess Olympiad comes to Tromsø.. 181 countries take part, crowning it the third biggest sporting event in the world.. The Local makes its move to meet Jan Sigmund Berglund, head event coordinator of the event and a key ambassador of the sport in the Arctic Circle.. July 29, 2014.. 'I know Norway through crack and murderers'.. The Local's Oliver Gee catches up with UK comedian Bill Bailey ahead of his three Norway shows.. He dissects winter sports, crime fiction, and Norwegians' puzzling sensitivity to his jokes about Wales.. May 23, 2014.. Feature: Norway's Dalai Lama dilemma.. A planned visit by the Dalai Lama has Oslo torn between its will to warm up frozen ties with China and warnings from the public not to compromise its stance on human rights, writes AFP's Pierre-Henry Deshayes.. April 24, 2014.. FEATURE: Norway's bitter rivalry with Sweden.. If you thought the Winter Olympics are just about the Cold War-style ice hockey rivalry between North America and Russia then think again.. The enmity between Nordic neighbours Sweden  ...   of achievements.. November 22, 2013.. INTERVIEW: Utøya survivor to be deported.. Khaled Ahmed Taleb found his brother dead during Anders Behring Breivik's terror attack in 2011.. But now he faces expulsion for lying on his asylum application eleven years ago.. He tells The Local how it happened.. October 15, 2013.. FEATURE: How to buy or rent a house in Norway.. According to the IMF, Norway has the second worst housing bubble in the world, but renting can be even more expensive.. Oslo-based journalist Audrey Andersen explains how to get your hands on a property.. September 30, 2013.. FEATURE: How to get a job in Norway.. Norway has been ranked as the most attractive country for migrant workers in Scandinavia.. But that doesn't mean it's easy to get a job.. Oslo-based journalist Audrey Andersen explains how it's done.. September 20, 2013.. 'Royal birthday fete lays bare need for a republic'.. Splashing out 3.. 7 million kroner ($610,000) on security alone for a royal birthday party is a bit rich argues the Norwegian Republican Association, which says police officers deserve putting their feet up during summer rather than hiding in bushes to protect the privileged few.. July 11, 2013.. 'Open Snowden asylum case for privacy's sake'.. Norway should consider relaxing its asylum process and try the case of CIA whistle-blower Edward Snowden, because the revelations of data surveillance should be of concern to anyone who values their privacy, argues Sveinung Rotevatn, head of the youth wing of Norway's Liberal Party.. July 03, 2013..

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  • Title: About us - Europe's News in English
    Descriptive info: With independent, daily reporting from around Europe,.. The Local is a window on life in other cultures.. Daily news is the glue of society, defining the issues we care about as a community.. We capture the essence of nations by finding the stories that tell us who we are (and who those other people over there are), breaking down barriers and bringing us closer together.. Our entertaining blend of daily news, business and features has made The Local the largest English-language news network in Europe with more than four million readers every month.. Stockholm headquarters.. Paul Rapacioli.. CEO / Founder -.. @paulrapacioli.. Originally from London, Paul moved to Sweden in 2003.. He started The Local with James Savage in 2004.. James Savage.. Managing Editor / Founder -.. @jamesstockholm.. James heads up our European editorial team.. Originally from Lincolnshire, England, he moved to Sweden in 2003 where he met Paul Rapacioli and they started The Local.. He has also lived in London and Paris.. James Pearn.. CTO / Founder, Toytown Germany.. +James Pearn.. James moved to Germany from the UK in 1998.. He founded Toytown Germany in 2002 before joining forces with The Local in 2009.. Tara Sonnorp.. Operations Manager.. Originally from Brighton UK, Tara worked for many years as a management consultant in London.. She has lived and worked in France, Germany, and Norway before moving to Stockholm in 2005.. David Landes.. Head of Commercial Content Unit -.. @DaveLandes.. Originally from St.. Paul in Minnesota, Sweden Country Editor David Landes first moved to Stockholm in 1999.. He has also spent one year studying in Bologna, Italy and five years living in Washington, DC.. He has worked for The Local since 2008.. Anna Agebjörn-McFarlane.. Senior Key Account Manager - UK / Sweden.. Anna Agebjörn originally harks from the county of Småland in Sweden, but after a 12-year stint in Glasgow and London she claims to feel more British than Swedish.. She is now back on Swedish soil and works with advertisers in Sweden and the UK.. Sophie Inge.. Assistant Editor -.. @sophie_inge.. Assistant Editor Sophie Inge is originally from London, but moved to Stockholm to join our editorial team in early 2013.. She's also studied in Oxford and Paris and worked for a year in Rome.. She works on reporting and editing across all The Local's sites.. Paul O'Mahony.. Senior Editor -.. @OMahonyPaul.. Paul O'Mahony came to Sweden in 1999 and has been at The Local since 2006.. Originally from Kilkenny, Ireland, Paul has also lived in Germany and France.. He is now playing a key role in taking The Local into new markets.. Oliver Goffe.. Digital Services Manager.. Oliver is a Brit who has been living in Sweden since 2013.. With a background in digital marketing and e-commerce, he is responsible for our various digital services.. Katie Dodd.. Production Manager.. Originally from Maryland in the US, Katie moved to Sweden in 2010 after stints in Australia and the UK.. Katie manages advertising production and delivery across our network.. Patrick Reilly.. Commercial Content Editor.. Patrick has been working with The Local since  ...   Local's editorial team in Spain since the site launched in early 2013.. Alex Dunham.. Reporter -.. @alexdunham12.. Alex Dunham joined The Local in 2013, and reports on Spanish news from our office in Madrid.. Brought up by British parents in Santa Cruz de Tenerife in the Canary Islands, he studied in the UK and has also lived in France, Italy and South Africa.. Norway /.. no.. Richard Orange.. @Richard_Orange.. Richard came to Scandinavia after meeting his Swedish wife in Kazakhstan, where he was working for the UK's Daily Telegraph.. He has also worked as a journalist in London and India, writing for the Evening Standard, Independent on Sunday, the Spectator, the Guardian, and the Observer.. Paris /.. fr.. Ben McPartland.. @McPBen.. Ben McPartland has been leading our editorial team in Paris since we opened our office in January 2013.. A native of Durham, northern England, Ben has also lived in London, Madrid and Liverpool.. He moved to France in 2011.. Joshua Melvin.. @melvinreport.. Joshua joined The Local as a reporter in our Paris office at the beginning of 2014.. This is his second stint in France and he has been working for several years on regional papers in Houston and San Francisco.. Rome /.. it.. Angela Giuffrida.. @GiuffridaA.. Angela was previously at dealReporter, part of the Financial Times Group, in London.. In June 2013 she joined The Local to become our Country Editor in Italy, based in our office in Rome.. Rosie Scammell.. Journalist -.. @rosiescammell.. Rosie moved to The Local's Rome office in June 2013 after working for a year with the European University Institute in Florence.. She has previously freelanced for The Times and The Independent foreign desks.. Stockholm /.. se.. Maddy Savage.. @maddysavage.. Former BBC News journalist Maddy Savage joined The Local in September 2014.. Working across TV, radio and online, Maddy has reported from more than a dozen European countries over the past decade.. Originally from Hertfordshire in England, she developed a passion for Sweden following an assignment to Gothenburg in 2006.. She has previously lived in France, Belgium and Madagascar.. Oliver Gee.. @TheUppsalaKoala.. Oliver Gee, who covers Swedish news from our Stockholm office, is from Perth, Australia.. After extensive travels in East Africa, New Zealand and Europe, he came to The Local in 2012.. Vienna /.. at.. Paul Gillingwater.. Business Development.. Paul Gillingwater joined The Local Austria team in 2014.. Originally hailing from New Zealand, Paul previously worked as a TV journalist for Press TV, and has contributed articles to The Vienna Review and other journals.. He's also a filmmaker and TV documentary producer.. Rosie Waites.. Editor.. Originally from the UK, Rosie lived in Vienna for four years after studying in Oxford.. She worked for the Austrian Broadcasting Corporation before leaving to work in London for the BBC and after ten years she is pleased to be back in Austria.. Romana Lakinger.. Key Account Manager.. After extensive travels to the USA, India and all over Europe, Romana lived in London to study and work.. She returned to Vienna in 2011 and joined The Local in 2014..

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  • Title: Advertising and Services - Europe's News in English
    Descriptive info: For a very brief introduction to what we do, please see:.. This is The Local.. (PDF).. Advertising.. The Local offers the perfect audience and context for targeted international advertising.. To find out if we are a suitable platform for your campaign - and to discuss the best-performing formats - please contact:.. CEO.. Email:.. paul.. rapacioli@thelocal.. com.. Phone: +46 (0)8 656 5019.. Services.. We work closely with our clients on their international communication strategies, specifically helping with creating and distributing quality content - through our own channels, social media and beyond.. We have unique editorial experience of communicating what happens in our various countries to the rest of the  ...   articles).. Creating original English-language content (articles, video) for international exposure.. Publishing that content on our sites and pushing it further, through social media and other news sites.. Workshops focused on the cultural, practical and editorial challenges of international communication.. "The Local's.. creative treatment.. of our announcement led to.. global exposure.. for our story far beyond our expectations.. ".. "For a few days it felt like.. everyone in the world.. was talking about Sweden's biggest potato and it has given us a new perspective on international communication.. Anders Eriksson,.. L.. E.. V Co AB.. For a no-strings-attached chat about how we might be able to help you, please contact:..

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  • Title: Malala: Youngest ever Nobel Peace Laureate - Europe's News in English
    Descriptive info: The Local | 10 Oct 2014, 16:30.. The Norwegian Nobel Committee has decided that the Nobel Peace Prize for 2014 is to be awarded to Kailash Satyarthi and Malala Yousafzay for their struggle against the suppression of children and young people and for the right of all children to education.. The Nobel committee decreed he Prize is shared equally between the two of them, having been active in the effort against child labour.. At just 17 years old, Yousafzay is the youngest ever Nobel Peace Laureate.. The teenager was shot in the head by Taliban gunmen two years ago for campaigning for girls education.. She now lives in Birmingham in the UK.. Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif congratulated Malala Yousafzai, calling her the pride of his country, reported the BBC.. Her achievement is unparalleled and unequalled.. Girls and boys of the world should take the lead from her struggle and commitment, he said.. Satyarthi, 60, is an Indian children s rights activist who has headed various forms of protests and demonstrations.. He is said to have freed over 80,000 children from servitude.. After the announcement, Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg gave a congratulatory speech in Parliament Square in Oslo.. Erna Solberg gives her Nobel winner s speech.. Photo: Audun Braastad / NTB scanpix.. Solberg praised the Nobel Committee for choosing good Peace Prize winners, addng that schooling and education are critical in the effort against conflict and extremism.. The Prime Minister said: The Prize winners engagement to secure children s rights and education has inspired a whole world.. She congratulates the Peace Prize winners and refers to the justification of the Nobel Committee, where their effort against suppression of children and youths and for children s right to education are emphasized.. It is a requirement for a peaceful  ...   of children leads to the continuation of violence from generation to generation.. Showing great personal courage, Kailash Satyarthi, maintaining Gandhi s tradition, has headed various forms of protests and demonstrations, all peaceful, focusing on the grave exploitation of children for financial gain.. He has also contributed to the development of important international conventions on children s rights.. Despite her youth, Malala Yousafzay has already fought for several years for the right of girls to education, and has shown by example that children and young people, too, can contribute to improving their own situations.. This she has done under the most dangerous circumstances.. Through her heroic struggle she has become a leading spokesperson for girls rights to education.. The Nobel Committee regards it as an important point for a Hindu and a Muslim, an Indian and a Pakistani, to join in a common struggle for education and against extremism.. Many other individuals and institutions in the international community have also contributed.. It has been calculated that there are 168 million child labourers around the world today.. In 2000 the figure was 78 million higher.. The world has come closer to the goal of eliminating child labour.. The struggle against suppression and for the rights of children and adolescents contributes to the realization of the fraternity between nations that Alfred Nobel mentions in his will as one of the criteria for the Nobel Peace Prize.. Malala was hotly tipped last year to win the prize.. The duo beat bookie s favourites Pope Francis, Edward Snowden and.. Russian newspaper Novaya Gazeta.. to the prestigious honor.. The Argentine head of the Catholic Church was not voted by the Nobel commitee this year, nor was US whistleblower Snowden.. They were among a record number of 278 nominees.. The full list was kept a secret..

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  • Title: Martial arts champ in extreme marital abuse - Europe's News in English
    Descriptive info: NTB/The Local | 10 Oct 2014, 15:29.. The 42-year-old is accused of almost continually during 12 years of marriage raping, drugging and violently assaulting his wife.. Three page of charges were read out in Oslo district court on Friday that told how the woman was subjected to repeated rape and sexual assault, violent and often sadistic acts of cruelty, as well as mental abuse over a two year period.. Øystein Storrvik, the accused s lawyer, said to NTB: My client accepts guilt for the parts of the charge concerning violence, but denies guilt for rape.. His opinion is that the sex was voluntary.. On several occasions during the 35-year-old woman s ordeals, she lost consciousness and suffered serious internal bleeding and fracture injuries.. The case only came to the attention of the police after the hospital treating her injuries reported it.. The charged man is a 42-years-old, former Norway champion in his weight of a martial art.. The victim - a seven years younger woman - was his co-dependent, before they married.. Assistant lawyer for the prosecution, Nadia C.. Hall, said: The trial is of course a great exertion upon my client.. She will be present in  ...   neither dared nor could resist the assaults because she feared continued violence and was strongly under the effect of the drugs that her husband forced her to take.. Prosecutor Cecilie Schløsser Müller confirmed to NTB that she will plead that the 42-year-old to be sentenced to imprisonment in custody but doesn t want to say anything about the length of the penalty.. She will lead 27 witnesses (including six expert witnesses), physicians reports, and show videos and pictures seized by the police.. The 42-year-old is supposedly also connected to many other cases, inluding sex orgies, that have been brought to the police s attention.. In the case of the sex parties, the man was questioned but not charged by police.. The 42-year-old claimed that all sexual activity was voluntary from all parts.. The case that will appear in Oslo district court on Monday exclusively involves the violence and the assaults that the man is charged for against his co-dependent and later his wife.. According to Møller, it is too early to say what will happen in relation to the other points of the charge.. Oslo district court have reserved four weeks to the trial of this case..

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  • Title: Norwegian child bride to marry in Oslo - Europe's News in English
    Descriptive info: The Local | 10 Oct 2014, 10:35.. Norway s first child bride and the schoolgirl in the photos, is actually an actress from Sweden and the blog was ghostwritten by global charity Plan International.. The blog, which is written in Norwegian.. , appears to have been penned by 12-year-old named Thea, who is preparing to get married to her 37-year-old fiance Geir on Saturday.. Check out the girl s mother s exclusive interview with The Local.. In it, she describes the countdown to her wedding on October 11th, and posts selfies of herself trying on dresses, sampling wedding cakes, trying out make-up and visiting the church in Oslo where she is due to get married.. Hundreds of worried readers in Norway commented on the blog, and asked Thea if she was really going to marry a man 25 years her senior and the hashtag #stoppbryllupet (stop the wedding) started trending on Twitter earlier this week.. But it has been revealed the girl in the photos is actually 12-year-old Swedish actress called Maja Bergström, who was recruited  ...   adding: She was pissed and said I had to stop and act like one child now that I will soon have my own family to take care of.. Plan International says it recruited a Swedish girl to take part in the campaign, rather than a Norwegian one to avoid its secret leaking.. Yes, the girl is Swedish.. The aim was to use a blonde girl in a campaign like this, is to raise awareness about the girls that are married off against their will every day, Sofia Klemming Nordenskiöld from the Swedish arm of Plan International told The Local.. It s a fact that when we as an organization talk about 12-year-old Nargis who was married last week in Bangladesh it s hard to make people react, but when you read about Scandinavian Thea marrying a 37-year-old man the reaction is totally different.. She added: It s just how it works, like it or not.. The important thing for us is that the issue is raised and Plan has got a huge reach through this campaign..

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  • Title: Peace Prize: Will winner come from Russia? - Europe's News in English
    Descriptive info: NTB/The Local | 10 Oct 2014, 10:08.. Russia s regime-critical newspaper Novaya Gazeta is a favourite to scoop the award.. Established by former president Mikhail.. Gorbachev.. in 1993 with the help of prize money coming from his own Nobel prize win, the newspaper has directed fierce criticism at Vladimir Putin s regime.. The newspaper has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize by, among others, peace prize historian Antoine Jacob and the French news agency AFP.. In Norway, the head of the Peace Research Institute Oslo (Institutt for Fredsforskning, PRIO), Kristian Berg Harpviken, agrees with speculation that puts Novaya Gazeta as one of the hottest candidates this  ...   very, very serious when it comes to human rights, freedom of speech and democracy - and not least, the situation in Ukraine.. The environment and human rights activist Lyudmila Alekseyeva, regarded as the godmother of the human rights movement in Russia, is put forward by TV2 as one of the hottest candidates for the Nobel Peace Prize.. She has played a bold role in opposition to Putin, and has, among other things, criticised him several times for his attitudes against gay people.. Russia is also the current residence of US whistleblower.. Edward Snowden.. , widely considered one of the most likely winners of the Nobel prize on Friday..

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  • Title: The fickle five: Meet the Nobel commitee - Europe's News in English
    Descriptive info: NTB/The Local | 10 Oct 2014, 10:00.. The members of the Nobel committee are chosen by the Norwegian Parliament (Stortinget) for a six year tenure, with the possibility of re-election.. Every third year respectively two and three members are elected.. The members of the Nobel Committee currently are:.. Thorbjørn Jagland.. (born 1950).. Head of the committee.. Member of the committee since 2009.. Represents the Labour Party.. His place in the committee is up for election this year.. Kaci Kullmann Five.. (1951).. Deputy head of the committee.. Represents the Conservative Party.. Her place is up for election.. Berit Reiss-Andersen.. (1954)..  ...   the Progress Party.. Gunnar Stålsett.. (1935).. Regularly meeting deputy member from 2012.. Represents Centre Party.. Gunnar Stålsett replaces.. Ågot Valle.. (1945), who is on sickness leave.. Valle has been a member of the committee since 2009.. Represents the Social Left Party.. Her place in the committee is up for election this year.. The secretary of the committee is the director of the Nobel Institute,.. Geir Lundestad.. He is not part of the Nobel committee himself.. Lundestad, who has held the post since 1990 steps down from 2015 and will be replaced by.. Olav Njølstad.. [Source: NTB / The Nobel Institute]..

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