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Topic - Jens Stoltenberg
NATO's next leader was announced Friday: former Norwegian Premier Jens Stoltenberg will lead the military alliance starting in October.
Norway's prime minister worked secretly as a taxi cab driver for a day as a way of getting to know the views of ordinary people.
Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg is facing pressure to resign after a report scolded public authorities for failing to prevent or interrupt bomb and gun attacks that killed 77 people last year.
Norway's commitment to face xenophobia with tolerance on the first anniversary of bomb and gun attacks by a confessed anti-Muslim killer is being put to the test by hostile reactions to an influx of Gypsies from Eastern Europe.
Norway's prime minister on Monday called on political leaders to show restraint in what they say as the country emerges from mourning the 77 victims of a bombing and youth-camp massacre by an anti-Muslim extremist.
Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg vowed Wednesday that his countrymen will fight back against the twin terror attacks that have rocked the nation with "more democracy" and promised an independent commission to investigate the massacre and help survivors and relatives cope with the aftermath.
Norwegians spent the weekend trying to overcome the shock from the deaths Friday of 93 people in a huge bomb blast in the country's capital and then a massive shooting spree at an island retreat for young people.