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Arbeiderbladet

 

(Workers’ Newspaper), a Norwegian daily newspaper, central organ of the Norwegian Labor Party. Founded in Oslo in 1884 under the name Vort Arbeide (Our Labor); from 1886 to 1923 it was called Social-Demokraten (The Social Democrat). Circulation, about 70,000(1968).

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I want to apologise on behalf of the Norwegian police and those who were responsible for carrying out the deportation of Norwegian Jews to concentration camps," newly appointed police director Odd Reidar Humlegaard told the daily Dagsavisen.
On the opening day of the trial, the daily newspaper Dagsavisen carried the headline, "The Hour of Reckoning," surrounded by the name of every person killed on Utoya.
Finally, Geir Rakvaag of Dagsavisen (Norway) concludes, "The songs are rich and musically sophisticated.
Norwegian daily newspaper Dagsavisen named the WiMP-editors "Newcomer of the year" all categories, and it is precisely the local WiMP-editors' activities that constitute a big part of the core to WiMP's success.
She said straight out that the school had experienced ethnic Norwegian students dropping out if they weren't grouped together in smaller classes," he told the Dagsavisen newspaper.
Daily Dagsavisen asked "Why didn't you come earlier?
Minority women think Norwegian feminists have failed them in the fight for the same rights that white Norwegian women were already granted, according to Dagsavisen newspaper.
Rente, prisstigning og kronekurs" (Interest rates, inflation and the krone exchange rate), Dagsavisen, 24 August 2003
The board is now demanding an improvement, reported the Norwegian newspaper Dagsavisen.
The company said that it had reached an agreement with Dagsavisen of Norway for the paper to print the New York Times Weekly, a roundup on Times stories produced in an English-language section that reflects the typography of the New York daily.
A poll conducted by Norsk Gallup and reported in the newspaper Dagsavisen shows that some 476,000 Norwegians purchased goods or services over the Internet in August of this year, up from 125,000 in August 2000.
Stoltenberg's grand triumph," daily Dagsavisen flashed on its front page.