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  1. Senegal star Mbodj making his mark at both ends at Cup of NationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Goal.com

    COMMENT: Sadio Mane is seen as Alain Giresse's most valuable player but the defender, who can also play in midfield, can score goals and stop them and will be vital against Algeria No member of Alain Giresse 's Senegal squad has made as many headlines this season as Sadio Mane , the Premier League star who has earned high praise for the performances that have helped Southampton into the top four. He was in the news again when he was injured and, according to reports, out of the Africa Cup of Nations.

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  2. Climate worry grows at Arctic FrontiersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 26 | Anchorage Daily News

    I have followed the political section of the Arctic Frontiers conference with great interest, with the thought of the Paris climate conference in November always at the back of my mind. Clearly, in a country rich from the sale of oil, cutting climate-killing emissions is a tricky issue.

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  3. Escandinavia 2014 no 71 - STORSTEINEN Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | TrekEarth

    ESCANDINAVIA 2014: Serie sobre a minha viagem a NORUEGA e as cidades de ESTOCOLMO e de COPENHAGUE , entre os dias 21 de Junho e 12 de Julho de 2014 - No 071 ! SCANDINAVIA 2014: Series on my trip to NORWAY and to the cities of STOCKHOLM and COPENHAGEN , from June 21st to July 12th, 2014 - #071 ! A LARGER VERSION OF THE ORIGINAL POST ! TROMSO SEEN FROM MOUNT STORSTEINEN - LOTS OF HOURS UP THERE, ENJOYING NATURE AND GREAT VIEWS! I woke up early that morning and the sun was already up high in the sky! Started walking around downtown, took many pictures and then went across the bridge towards the area where the CABLE CAR to MOUNT STORSTEINEN is located.

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  4. Scandinavian Arctic should cooperate more, report saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | Anchorage Daily News

    The Scandinavian Arctic can rise to become the most innovative, industrious and environmentally friendly growth region in Europe, a new report made by experts from Norway, Finland and Sweden reads. "There are a lot of common features that makes it easy for us to cooperate," Norway's Prime Minister Erna Solberg said when she was presented the report at the Arctic Frontiers conference in Tromso on Tuesday.

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  5. Photo: Arctic Frontiers conference gets under way in Tromso, NorwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 16 | Nunatsiaq News

    Aili Keskitalo, president of Norway's Saami Parliament, speaks Jan. 19 to more than 1,300 participants attending the Arctic Frontiers 2015 conference in Tromso, Norway. Arctic Frontiers sessions, held Jan. 19 to Jan. 23 at the High North Research Centre for Climate and the Environment , will look at policy, business and science issues around sustainable economic development in the Arctic.

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  6. Will Barents oil investments be financial disaster?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 19 | Anchorage Daily News

    ... and investor Ulltveit-Moe during the armchair discussion opening this year's Arctic Frontiers conference in Tromso, Norway. He points to the fact that investments will not only be a waste of money, as no large-scale oil extraction will come, but it ...

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  7. US seeks Finnish support for Arctic goalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 19 | Anchorage Daily News

    The United States is seeking a closer partnership with Finland through the Arctic Council, which brings together countries on or near the Arctic Ocean. The U.S. special representative for the Arctic, Admiral Robert Papp, tells Yle that the Americans aim to tackle issues that are important to Finland during their term at the helm of the Arctic Council, which begins in a few months.

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  8. Escandinavia 2014 no 70 - STORSTEINENRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 19 | TrekEarth

    ESCANDINAVIA 2014: Serie sobre a minha viagem a NORUEGA e as cidades de ESTOCOLMO e de COPENHAGUE , entre os dias 21 de Junho e 12 de Julho de 2014 - No 070 ! SCANDINAVIA 2014: Series on my trip to NORWAY and to the cities of STOCKHOLM and COPENHAGEN , from June 21st to July 12th, 2014 - #070 ! A LARGER VERSION OF THE ORIGINAL POST ! TROMSO SEEN FROM MOUNT STORSTEINEN - LOTS OF HOURS UP THERE, ENJOYING NATURE AND GREAT VIEWS! I woke up early that morning and the sun was already up high in the sky! Started walking around downtown, took many pictures and then went across the bridge towards the area where the CABLE CAR to MOUNT STORSTEINEN is located.

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  9. Norway mulls deepening Arctic cooperation with Sweden, FinlandRead the original story

    Sunday Jan 18 | Xinhuanet

    Norway is considering to deepen cooperation with neighboring Sweden and Finland to tap the economic potentials in the Arctic region. Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg is open to proposals put forward by an expert group on the matter, according to Norwegian media reports.

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  10. Escandinavia 2014 no 69 - TROMSOBRUARead the original story

    Thursday Jan 15 | TrekEarth

    ESCANDINAVIA 2014: Serie sobre a minha viagem a NORUEGA e as cidades de ESTOCOLMO e de COPENHAGUE , entre os dias 21 de Junho e 12 de Julho de 2014 - No 069 ! SCANDINAVIA 2014: Series on my trip to NORWAY and to the cities of STOCKHOLM and COPENHAGEN , from June 21st to July 12th, 2014 - #069 ! A LARGER VERSION OF THE ORIGINAL POST ! TROMSOBRUA SEEN FROM MOUNT STORSTEINEN ! I woke up early that morning and the sun was already up high in the sky! Started walking around downtown, took many pictures and then went across the bridge towards the area where the CABLE CAR to MOUNT STORSTEINEN is located. Before getting there, some pictures on the bridge and then in and around the Arctic Cathedral.

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  11. Unlocking secrets of the polar nightRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 15 | Anchorage Daily News

    During visits to Arctic research sites in summer, I have experienced firsthand the energy and inspiration that comes from around-the-clock light. Who wants to go to sleep with the sun shining at midnight and land, sea and sky awash with changing waves of blue, gray, pink and gold Arctic light? But what happens up north during the dark winter months? It is hardly surprising that summer is the season when scientists collect most of their data.

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  12. Arctic bacteria could create life-saving drugsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 15 | CNN

    The vessel "Helmer Hanssen" on the Arctic waters of the Lyngen Fjord, northern Norway. Its mission: To discover unknown bacteria that might provide new antibiotics.

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  13. Arctic waters could hold secret to creating life-saving drugsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 15 | WTKR-TV Norfolk

    ... waiting. Any minute now, the ship's lines will pull taut, and a green mesh bag will be back up on deck. TROMSO, Norway (CNN) - It is early afternoon on board the "Helmer Hanssen," and the Arctic sun is already starting to set. Near the back of the ...

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  14. Arctic bacteria could create life-saving drugsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 15 | CNN

    The vessel "Helmer Hanssen" on the Arctic waters of the Lyngen Fjord, northern Norway. Its mission: To discover unknown bacteria that might provide new antibiotics.

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  15. Borderline Views: Boycott paranoia or the captive boycottRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 12 | Jerusalem Post

    Attempts at boycott have to be combated and shown for what they are, but they should not be allowed to become the captive of political policies of a government and a well-oiled propaganda machinery. The past year has witnessed an increase in the number of attempts by various academic groups to implement an academic boycott of Israel.

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  16. Statoil set to extend life of Norne field to 2030Read the original story

    Friday Jan 9 | World Oil

    Initially scheduled to be shut down during 2014, Statoil is now aiming to extend the life of Norne field to 2030. Norne field came on stream on Nov. 6, 1997, and the initial development plans called for the field to be shut down during 2014.

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  17. E6YHE7 People walking on snow, Tromso, Norway, Scandinavia, EuropeRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 6 | Thetelegraphand Argus

    Undated Handout Photo of Sarah hiking in the hills above Lyngsfjord Adventure Camp Tamoc in Norway. See PA Feature TRAVEL Norway.

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  18. TV's Mark Williams goes on a Northern Lights and dog sled odysseyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 5 | Daily Mail

    One man and his dog: Artist spends two years travelling US with rescue dog taking spectacular photos of their adventures The fury of Mother Nature: Violent lightning storm erupts INSIDE ash cloud as villages threatened by lava flow in Indonesia Peak-ture perfect! Man challenged by girlfriend to propose in most amazing way he can pops question on 2,300ft rock ledge British Airways FINALLY arranges replacement flights for passengers stranded in Mumbai Airport after they stage 36-hour Twitter protest Thousands hit by flight delays after Stansted airport staff open the wrong door for arriving passengers - sending them into the departure lounge and forcing them back through security A Feng Shui fish tank, a suitcase full of pound coins and Strudel the poodle: Weirdest items left in a Travelodge From Seattle to the Shetlands! Former US Air Force pilot hitchhikes around world for THREE YEARS ... (more)

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  19. King's gambitRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 3 | Sun-Star

    ... Philippines felt the brunt of So's absence as the PHL squad's performance in the 41st World Chess Olympiad in Tromso, Norway last August dropped to 46th place from a 21st place finish in 2012 in Istanbul, Turkey. Young chess wizards and hopefuls now ...

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  20. Rewind 2014: Despite Anand's heartbreak, India's chess players provide solaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 27, 2014 | Mid-Day Mumbai

    While Viswanathan Anand's World Championship loss to Magnus Carlsen was heartbreaking, performance of other Indians provided some cheer for fans of the sport In what turned out to be a bitter-sweet year for Indian chess, five-time winner Viswanathan Anand lost his bid to regain his title in the Sochi World Championship but the Indian men's team clinched a historic bronze at 41st Olympiad. After losing his World Championship crown at Chennai in 2013, this year saw Anand earn the right to challenge world champion Magnus Carlsen of Norway again by winning the Candidates tournament at Khanty Mansiysk, Russia in March.

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