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Ukrainian servicemen fire a 120 mm mortar towards Russian positions at the frontline near Bakhmut, Donetsk region, Ukraine, Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2023.
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Biden rallies Western alliance and gives Zelensky an ‘iron fist’ against Putin

CNN 26 Jan 2023
The more Russian President Vladimir Putin tries to break NATO, the stronger it gets ... And that is a strategic disaster for Russia ... “It is dangerous to underestimate Russia,” Stoltenberg said in a speech in Oslo on Wednesday, pointing out that Moscow had mobilized an extra 200,000 troops and was willing to take great risks and endure staggering losses.
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Whitmer will lead trade mission to Europe — her first since the pandemic hit

Crains Detroit Business 11 Jan 2023
... of mobility, bring supply chains home and become energy independent with more clean, domestic supply," Whitmer said in a statement. She will meet with company and government leaders in Oslo to discuss investment opportunities and collaboration, including in mobility and hydrogen.
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Geneva to have 24-hour driverless bus service from 2025: report

Xinhua 22 Dec 2022
GENEVA, Dec ... The Swiss Broadcasting Corporation, Swissinfo.com, reported Thursday that Geneva has been chosen as one of three European test sites for a full-scale driverless public bus service, part of the Horizon Europe ULTIMO mobility initiative. According to the report, the other test sites are Kronach (Germany) and Oslo (Norway) ... ■ ... .
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Iran issues new death sentences as protests enter third monthStreet violence raged across Iran overnight ...

Deccan Herald 16 Nov 2022
Three protesters have been killed, two in Sanandaj and one in Kamyaran by direct fire from government forces, Oslo-based rights group Hengaw said. Tensions were high Wednesday in Kamyaran for the funeral of mobile phone repair shop owner Fuad Mohammadi, one of the three who Hengaw said was killed by the security forces.
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Iranians strike on anniversary of 2019 crackdown

The Manila Times 15 Nov 2022
Work stoppages were being observed in 16 cities in Amini's home province of Kurdistan in western Iran, said the Oslo-based Hengaw human rights group ... The anonymous youth groups behind the latest protest calls have been mobilizing since Amini's death. Oslo-based group Iran Human ...
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Rights Groups Condemn Deadly Crackdown As Iranians Continue Protests

Radio Free Europe 17 Oct 2022
Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, and other groups voiced their "deep concern" about Iran's "mobilization of their well-honed machinery of repression to ...
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Slate Asset Management Provides Fleet Financing to Move About Group AB to Support Rollout of ...

The Joplin Globe 07 Oct 2022
Move About is a Sweden-based electric mobility service that delivers environmentally friendly and cost-effective mobility solutions to over 300 locations across Sweden, Norway, and Germany ... Move About also helps companies, municipalities and organizations optimize their vehicle fleets by tailoring mobility solutions as needed.
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Iran: Anti-Hijab protesters burn guv office, police vehicles; Over a dozen dead

Hindustan Times 22 Sep 2022
... after her arrest by the morality police, an Oslo-based NGO said.
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All-electric Fisker Ocean Scheduled for 2022 Oslo Motor Show, Marking Norwegian Debut

Kentucky New Era 15 Sep 2022
FSR) ("Fisker") – passionate creator of the world's most sustainable electric vehicles and advanced mobility solutions – will showcase its all-electric Fisker Ocean SUV at the 2022 Oslo Motor Show October 28-30, 2022, marking the California-based company's first foray into Norway ... Electric Mobility.
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HRS Elevates Disrupted Passenger Experience for Norwegian, Driving 92 Percent Digital Engagement and 80 Percent ...

Maryville Daily Forum 08 Sep 2022
COLOGNE, Germany & OSLO, Norway--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sep 8, 2022-- ... HRS automation, featuring personalized lodging options and paid-for transfer scenarios presented to disrupted travelers on their mobile devices, was deployed at Norwegian’s Oslo hub in May ... Once landed in Oslo ...
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Norwegian energy group Equinor completes Russia exit

Reuters 02 Sep 2022
Companies. Equinor ASAFollow. TotalEnergies SEFollow. Exxon Mobil CorpFollow. NK Rosneft' PAOFollow. Novatek PAOFollow. OSLO, Sept 2 (Reuters) - Equinor (EQNR.OL) has completed its exit from Russia, the Norwegian energy group said on Friday, delivering on a promise made after Russia's invasion of Ukraine in February ... Equinor said on Feb ... U.S ... ....
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Coming next year: ultrasonic-based gestures-in-air for your phone

Venture Beat 24 Aug 2022
San Francisco-based Elliptic Labs is preparing to release low-powered, ultrasound-based gesturing that it says introduces “multi-layer interaction” to mobile devices ... The technology, which was shown a year ago as a proof-of-concept without layers, arose from research that was conducted over eight years at the University of Oslo.
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Nordic to buy its embedded memory supplier, Mobile Semi

Eweekly 08 Jul 2022
Norwegian RF chip maker Nordic Semiconductor is to acquire US embedded memory IP supplier Mobile Semiconductor ... “In terms of the technology, Mobile Semiconductor’s sram has been a key differentiator in our Bluetooth and cellular IoT product ranges ... It is based in Oslo.
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Abraham Accords Can Ease Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Black Hills Pioneer 27 Jun 2022
... the West Bank largely under PA control – the areas designated A and B by the Oslo Accords. This enhanced transportation network, which would become part of the PA, would improve Palestinian mobility by reducing the need for Israeli checkpoints while maintaining Israeli security.

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