Train collides with truck at Norway crossing; several hurt

Police in Norway say several people were injured when a train collided with a truck at a crossing in southern Norway
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Denmark's top bank faces charges over money laundering

Denmark's top prosecution authority says it has filed preliminary charges against the country's top bank for violating money laundering laws.
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Ikea's main operator goes local; to create net 4,000 jobs

Swedish home furnishings giant Ikea said the biggest retailer within its franchise system is to create a net 4,000 jobs over the coming two years
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Ikea to cut 7,500 jobs as customer behavior changes

Swedish home furnishings giant Ikea says it is cutting 7,500 jobs worldwide, partly as a result of a new strategy to open shops in city centers to complement it
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Outsiders, academy members to pick Nobel Literature winners

A Swedish newspaper says only half of those who choose the winners of next year's Nobel Prize in literature will be members of the scandal-rocked Swedish Academ
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Whistleblower in Danish banking scandal: Bank ignored me

The man who blew the whistle on a massive money laundering scheme through the Estonian branch of Denmark's Danske Bank says the firm "deliberately ignored" his
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Norway says Russia jammed GPS signal during NATO drill

The Norwegian Defense Ministry says it is aware that Russian forces in the Arctic disturbed the GPS signal during a recent, large NATO drill in Norway
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Norwegian frigate sinks after it was rammed by tanker

Norway's navy says one of its frigates has almost completely gone under water after an oil tanker rammed into it last week, tearing a large hole in its side
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Norway to suspend defense gear exports to Saudi Arabia

Norway's foreign minister says the country will suspend issuing new licenses to export defense-related equipment to Saudi Arabia
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Main suspect in Danish fraud case arrested on return home

A Danish prosecution authority says the main suspect in a huge fraud involving public money was arrested on her return to Copenhagen after she voluntarily left
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Norwegian frigate is rammed by tanker in harbor, could sink

Norway's military says an oil tanker has rammed a Norwegian navy frigate in a harbor on the country's western coast, tearing a large hole in the frigate's side
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Main suspect in Danish fraud case to leave South Africa

A South African court has ruled that a Danish woman suspected of a huge fraud at home, can be sent to Denmark
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Norwegian frigate could sink after being rammed in harbor

A Norwegian Navy frigate has been rammed by a tanker while docked in a harbor on the country's west coast, the military says
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Concerts abroad to honor Poland's independence, composers

Poland's largest music publisher is commemorating the centennial of the country's independence by hosting concerts abroad that feature the work of modern Polish
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Another member quits body that awards Nobel literature prize

A member of the academy that awards the Nobel Prize in literature says she is leaving the body that has been marred by sex-abuse and financial crimes scandals
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Norway summons Iranian ambassador over Denmark plot

Norway's foreign minister has summoned Iran's ambassador to Norway in connection with Danish allegations about an Iranian plot to kill an opposition activist in
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Man arrested in South Africa in Denmark fraud case

Denmark's top prosecution authority says a Danish man has been arrested in South Africa, suspected of having played a key role in a fraud case involving least 1
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Carlsberg sales boosted by warm weather in Europe

Danish brewer Carlsberg says its third-quarter revenue rose on strong beer sales across its major markets, boosted by unusually hot weather in western Europe.
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Iran summons Danish envoy over alleged deadly Tehran plot

Iran summons Danish ambassador over Copenhagen allegations about Iranian plot to kill opposition activist in Denmark
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NATO, Russia expected to behave during dueling Nordic drills

NATO's secretary general says he is "confident" both the Western military alliance and Russia "will act in a respectable way" as they hold drills in the same ge
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Denmark alleges Iran plotted to kill activist on Danish soil

The head of Denmark's intelligence agency says a Norwegian citizen of Iranian descent has been arrested in an alleged Iranian intelligence plot to kill an oppos
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NATO chief: Both sides expected to behave despite drills

NATO's secretary-general says he is "confident" that both the Western military alliance and Russia "will act in a respectable way" as the two sides hold drills
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EU lists air pollution hotspots as UN warns on child health

The European Union's environmental agency says air pollution is slowly improving across the continent but still exceeds the bloc's limits and guidelines from th
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Europe's air pollution still exceeds limits, must improve

The European Union's environmental agency says air pollution is slowly improving across the continent but still exceeds the bloc's limits and guidelines from th
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