During and after World War I Nansen
concentrated his efforts on humanitarian and diplomatic activities.
The section ends with two more detailed accounts of the use of dogs by explorers Nansen
Refugee Award was created in 1954 in honour of Fridtjof Nansen
BEIRUT: The British head of the UN Mine Action Program in South Lebanon and his 990-member team of de-miners will receive the 2008 Nansen
Refugee Award for their courageous work in removing tons of deadly munitions that had prevented the safe return of hundreds of thousands of displaced people.
To me, Fridtjof Nansen
is not only the father of modern polar exploration, but the ultimate explorer.
Given such turmoil, he said the committee ``considered it right and appropriate'' to pick Mother Teresa to remind the world that ``love of one's neighbor is realistic policy,'' citing the words of another Nobel Peace Prize winner, Norwegian scientist and humanist Fridtjof Nansen
The day before beginning a 2-month survey of the moon, the Clementine spacecraft trained its four cameras on a north polar region of the lunar surface that includes part of a 100-kilometer-wide crater called Nansen
The companies cooperated to develop the world's first application of truss spars at the Kerr-McGee-operated Nansen
and Boomvang fields in 2001.
Primary and Rockwood Academy - formerly known as Park View - were deemed 'inadequate' when they each received their last full inspection in April 2014.
Cath Rindl has been interim head teacher at the school since April 2015 and will take on the position permanently from This is incredible and testament hard work of involved in of Nansen
Akmal was until recently the chairman of governors at Nansen
A monument dedicated to Norwegian polar researcher, public figure and humanitarian Fridtjof Nansen
was unveiled in Bulgaria's capital Sofia on Friday.