[ noun ] the capital and largest city of Norway; the country's main port; located at the head of a fjord on Norway's southern coast <noun.location>
Earlier, White House spokesman Marlin Fitzwater said a note was sent to the president in the Oval Office as soon as the announcement of the award in Oslo moved on news wires.
The Nobel Peace Prize will be awarded Monday in Oslo, Norway. The Nobel Prizes in chemistry and physics will be awarded in Stockholm Oct. 17.
An Oslo newspaper joked that Syse would wear a tie with his towel in Parliament's sauna.
Britain's environment secretary John Gummer was seen walking arm-in-arm into an Oslo hotel yesterday with his Norwegian counterpart, Thorbjoern Berntsen.
What the Soviet leader demanded in Oslo was, in effect, a bribe.
The friction among international securities firms likely will surface this week when the Association of International Bond Dealers, the Euromarket's preeminent industry group, meets in Oslo.
In Oslo, Norwegian police who took charge of the case said they were looking for one or more arsonists, but added that the firebug could have been among the victims of the flames that engulfed the 10,500-ton ship en route from Norway to Denmark.
The 50-year-old hunter suffered minor injuries when he was hit by pellets from a shotgun accidently fired by his dog Terna, a Finnish Hound, said Steinar Mydland, a Lyngdal district deputy sheriff, confirming a report in the Oslo daily Aftenposten.
After talking with reporters at Fornebu Airport, Miss Skaanes boarded another plane for the short flight from Oslo to her hometown of Trondheim, NTB said.
The Scandinavian Star burned April 7 on an overnight run from Oslo to Copenhagen, Denmark.
As stipulated in the 1896 will of Alfred Nobel, whose fortune was built on his invention of dynamite, the Peace Prize is announced in Oslo, Norway, while the other prizes are announced in Stockholm.
'When we first heard about the oil directive, we almost didn't believe it,' said one official. Oslo has been criticised for adopting an attitude that it is the EC which should adapt itself to Norway, not vice versa.
The award, worth $653,000 this year, will be announced on Oct. 15 in Oslo, Norway.
On the Oslo bourse, DnB's A-shares yesterday closed NKr0.20 higher at NKr18.60.
The government in Oslo adopted an ambitious and, critics say, unrealistic target of making Norway smoke-free by the end of the century.
The court moved to Jokko's house in Oslo, as it was too cold for the bird to travel. Jokko didn't squawk once.
The latest study was conducted at Ulleval University Hospital in Oslo and published in Thursday's New England Journal of Medicine.
The shock jolted him to the ground with his hair and clothes on fire, the Oslo newspaper Verdens Gang reported Thursday.
No deaths were reported among the passengers of the ferry, the Oslo 6, according to the NTB news agency.
The Soviet Embassy in Oslo confirmed the sinking but provided no details, according to a Norwegian Radio report on Saturday.
The Nobel Peace Prize will be awarded next Monday in Oslo, Norway.
"Our biggest crime problem is the unfounded anxiety people feel about it," said Nils Christie, a University of Oslo criminology professor.
The man, who was not identified, accidentally dropped the package into a side pocket of the pool table at a cafe in Gjoevik, 75 miles north of Oslo, the newspaper Verdens Gang said.
Edvard Munch's masterpiece 'The Scream' went on public display in Oslo's National Gallery for the first time since being stolen three months ago.
HOPES OF lower interest rates helped bourses return from Thursday's holiday in a positive mood yesterday, but turnover was light outside Madrid and Oslo.
When news of the Nobel award was released in Oslo, Norway, the Dalai Lama was in California on one of the U.S. visits he makes at least twice yearly to minister to Buddhist faithful and stoke international awareness of the Tibetan struggle.
"We have a lot to learn in Europe from the U.S." Specifically, SAS plans to introduce daily non-stop service from Oslo, Norway, to Newark next May and move a flight that currently lands at JFK airport to Newark.
'Once Mariss decides on something, he's totally committed,' says Trond Okkelmo, the Oslo Philharmonic's manager.
The U.N. peacekeeping forces were awarded the peace prize Sept. 29 by the Norwegian Nobel Committee in Oslo.
He was deputy consul in San Francisco from 1959 to 1961, later served in Belgrade and in the Foreign Ministry in Oslo and in Lagos in 1970.