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A hidden overconsumption

: Since 2011, annual actions against military over-consumption have been organized worldwide. Nevertheless, we rarely read about this in the Norwegian media.

Criticism 2: Knowledge and Power

: Laura Poitras' Oscar-winning documentary provides a unique insight into Edward Snowden's historical prediction.

Criticism 2: Knowledge and Power

: Laura Poitras' Oscar-winning documentary provides a unique insight into Edward Snowden's historical prediction.

Near historic relaxation

: Agreement on new nuclear deal in Iran. Next battle in Washington. Success in the negotiations can be crucial for a region in crisis.

No one wants to talk about that

: In Brazil, it is forbidden by law to terminate a pregnancy, but still one million Brazilian women risk both life and health in illegal abortion clinics every single year.

Divorce has become a challenge in Iran

: There is a big gap between the government's policy and the people's lifestyle in Iran when it comes to cohabitation constellations. The culture is changing, divorces are increasing.

The "if" sanctions are removed

: The nuclear deal raises hopes for better relations with the outside world among the people of Iran.

Balance art in Luanda

: The trial against Angola's most famous dissident is a litmus test for both Norway and Angola, according to the Joint Council for Africa.

A strange month for Burma

: March is again marked by violence against protesters in Burma. Norway's voice is perceived as strangely quiet this spring.

The heavy yoke of double oppression

: For Gaza women, nationality and gender act together in a double persecution. Partner violence is increasing in a society characterized by frustration, war and conflict.