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Negotiating Peace in Full Trailer for HBO's Oslo Peace Accords Film

"Our countries live in the past… Both obsessing over what we have lost… Let us find a way to live in the present. HBO has debuted the full-length trailer for a riveting movie titled Oslo, based on the Tony award-winning play by J. T. Rogers which opened on Broadway in 2017. We posted the teaser trailer a few weeks back, and this full trailer is even more intriguing. An emotional, eye-opening look at this historic meeting. Oslo recounts the true-life, previously secret, back-channel negotiati...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Trailer, Israel, Broadway, Rogers, Oslo, Palestinian Liberation Organization, To Watch, Terje Rød Larsen, Itzik Cohen, Ruth Wilso, Mona Juul Andrew Scott, Glickman Rotem Keinan

DOWNLOAD ALBUM : Oslo – Rappeur hologramme (Zip File)

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Nio is bringing battery swap stations to Europe, but there’s no round of applause

Chinese electric car manufacturer Nio has announced its dive into the European market and it sounds like a big one… but will it stick the landing? The company will bring four battery swap stations to the Oslo region by September, and then will expand to other Norwegian locations, starting in 2022. [email protected] confirms the battery swap station will come to Europe, with 4 starting in the Oslo region in 2021. Then from 2022 to other Norwegian locations — Matthias Schmidt ...
Tags: Startups, Europe, Shift, Oslo, NIO, China Nio, Matthias Schmidt

Chinese EV maker Nio is stepping outside of China for the first time

Chinese electric vehicle maker Nio has chosen a Norway — an EV hotspot — for its first foray into international markets. Nio Norway will offer a European version of ES8, Nio’s flagship electric SUV, to Norwegian customers from September this year. The ET7 sedan will follow in 2022. “The decision to have Norway as our first destination overseas is backed by long-term thinking,” Nio founder William Li explained at an event Thursday. “Norway is the most EV-friendly company.” Among the European coun...
Tags: TC, Transportation, China, Tech, Tesla, Automotive, Electric Vehicles, Norway, Volkswagen, Audi, Oslo, Li, Norges Bank, NIO, Kristiansand, William Li

The increasingly accessible Arctic is becoming another arena for US-China military jockeying

A US Marine Corps AH-1Z Viper over the Gulf of Alaska during Northern Edge 2021, May 3, 2021. US Marine Corps/Lance Cpl. Brendan Mullin The strategic importance of the Arctic is clear, as the US prepares for training exercises and China becomes more active in the Arctic region. "China, Russia, the US - Alaska is in the middle of all of it," former US intelligence officer says. See more stories on Insider's business page. Over the next two weeks, US armed forces will crawl through, driv...
Tags: Europe, Sweden, Washington, China, Russia, US, Alabama, America, Trends, Getty Images, Beijing, Xi Jinping, Alaska, Crimea, Arctic, Marines

Chinese EV startup Nio is entering the international market - and plans to start deliveries in Norway in September

Nio CEO William Li, stood next to a Nio car. STR/AFP via Getty Images Nio said it plans to start deliveries of its electric vehicles in Norway in September. This would be the Chinese company's first international market. It said the first vehicle on offer in Norway would be the Nio ES8, a seven-seater smart SUV. See more stories on Insider's business page. Electric-vehicle startup Nio announced plans to launch sales in Norway later this year, marking its first entry into a market ...
Tags: Transportation, Europe, Elon Musk, China, Cars, Trends, Tesla, Electric Vehicles, Transport, Norway, Electric, Electric Cars, Oslo, Nordic, Li, NIO

Kahoot acquires Clever, the US-based edtech portal, for up to $500M

Kahoot, the popular Oslo-based edtech company that has built a big business out of gamifiying education and creating a platform for users to build their own learning games, is making an acquisition to double down on K-12 education and its opportunities to grow in the U.S. It is acquiring Clever, a startup that has built a single sign-on portal for educators, students and their families to build and engage in digital learning classrooms, currently used by about 65% of all U.S. K-12 schools. Kahoo...
Tags: Europe, Education, US, Tech, K-12, M&a, Sam Altman, Clever, Edtech, Oslo, Paul Graham, Tyler, Kahoot, Eilert Hanoa, GSV Founders Fund Lightspeed

Betrayed review – restrained depiction of Norway’s Holocaust victims

This account of the internment of a Jewish boxer from Oslo packs an emotional punch, but pulls back from displaying any real horrorsSteven Spielberg once said of Schindler’s List that he was telling a story of the Holocaust, not the story. “There are millions of stories of the Shoah. Six million of them we’ll never hear.” In this heartfelt, restrained movie, Norwegian film-maker Eirik Svensson dramatises the true story of one family of victims from Nazi-occupied Norway. In November 1942, large n...
Tags: Europe, Film, World news, Culture, Holocaust, Second world war, Norway, Spielberg, Oslo, Schindler, Drama films, Period and historical films, Eirik Svensson, Auschwitz Jakob Oftebro, Charles Braude, Braudes

From cafeteria workers to principals, here's what everyone makes in a public school

Elementary school teachers earn a median wage of $62,050 a year. Ariel Skelley/Getty Images May 3 to May 7 is National Teacher Appreciation Week. Public schools employ a wide variety of workers, including different kinds of teachers. Using BLS data from May 2020, here's how much workers in 35 public school positions typically make. See more stories on Insider's business page. 35. Fast food and counter workers earn a median of $25,510 a year and 121,970 are employed by public sc...
Tags: Education, Office, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Features, Getty Images, Teachers, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Schools, Public Schools, Associated Press, Salaries, Ross, Oslo, Reuters

‘Do Not Split’ Backer Fritt Ord Boosts Norwegian Docs with Global Appeal (EXCLUSIVE)

Oslo-based private non-profit Foundation Fritt Ord, which is behind ten doc features that bowed at CPH:DOX, has upped its overall annual budget allocation from a pre-pandemic $12 million to $19 million in 2020, a level that will be sustained in 2021. The Fritt Ord Foundation supports journalism, literature, training, documentary photography, and documentary filmmaking. As […]
Tags: News, Global, Festivals, CPH:DOX, Oslo, Foundation Fritt Ord, Fritt Ord Foundation

PortalOne raises $15M from Atari and more for a new hybrid gaming/TV show app

Gaming and streamed video have been two of the biggest pastime winners during the last year+ of pandemic living. Today a startup that has created an app that brings those two entertainment formats together is announcing a notable seed round of funding as it prepares to come out of closed beta. PortalOne, a hybrid gaming startup, is announcing a $15 million seed round of funding as it prepares to come out of closed beta with an app that lets people play on-demand games and also watch live shows i...
Tags: Gaming, Europe, Hollywood, Taylor Swift, Funding, US, Tech, Justin Bieber, Miami, Norway, Atari, Hulu, Voice, Warner Brothers, Cto, Oslo

First Teaser for HBO's 'Oslo' Film About the 1993 Oslo Peace Accords

"The Oslo channel began with the hopes of creating a dialogue… If this fails, lives will be ruined." HBO has unveiled the first teaser trailer for a film titled Oslo, based on the Tony award-winning play by J. T. Rogers which opened on Broadway in 2017. This is directed by a Tony award-winning stage director, from a script by the original writer, making this very much theater-for-the-screen. Oslo recounts the true-life, previously secret, back-channel negotiations in the development of the p...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Trailer, Israel, Broadway, Rogers, Oslo, Tony, Palestinian Liberation Organization, To Watch, Terje Rød Larsen, Itzik Cohen, Ruth Wilso, Mona Juul Andrew Scott, Glickman Rotem Keinan

HBO’s Drama Oslo Gets Trailer Ahead of May Release

HBO released the first Oslo trailer today before the film debuts on May 29. After it premieres on the subscription channel, the Ruth Wilson (HBO’s His Dark Materials and Mrs. Wilson) and Andrew Scott-led film will become streamable on HBO Max. Oslo is based upon the award-winning play of the same name. It’s a dramatization of real-life events that sees Golden Globe winner Wilson playing a Norweigan foreign minister named Mona Juul and Scott (Fleabag and Black Mirror) as her husband. The film’s ...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Israel, Streaming, Steven Spielberg, Ruth Wilson, Oslo, Wilson, Tony, Golden Globe, Foreign Ministry, Shimon Peres, PLO, Andrew Scott, Bartlett, Jan Egeland

Porsche Is Celebrating 20 Years In China With This Special Edition 911 Turbo S

Before you get too wound up about how this new special-edition 911 Turbo S won't be available in the U.S. market, don't worry even a little bit. Aside from five special throwback colors, some special badges, and a cool 20th anniversary graphic package, this is just a regular 911 Turbo S underneath. It's just an appearance package. Admittedly that appearance is pretty freakin' cool. While Porsche has existed as an automotive manufacturer since 1948, the company wasn't officially available in the...
Tags: News, China, Porsche, Autos, Stuttgart, Oslo, Republic of China, Shanghai Auto Show, Porsche Turbo, 911 Turbo S, Porsche China, Jens Puttfarcken, Gulf Orange Rubystar Mint Green Viola, Yuan Renminbi

Ski Utah Resort Histories | Deer Valley Resort

The History of Deer Valley Resort Established: 1981 Claim to Fame: For over two decades, has hosted elite, international skiing competitions including 18 FIS World Cup races, FIS Freestyle World Championship events, and the 2002 Winter Olympic Games. Today, you can ski on runs graced by Olympians. Back in 2002, athletes vied for gold medals at Deer Valley in Freestyle Moguls, Aerials, and Alpine Slalom events. Freestyle Moguls were held on the Champion run, the Alpine Slalom races took plac...
Tags: Utah, Wikipedia, US, America, San Francisco, Sport, United States, Skiing, New Orleans, Norway, Bob, West Coast, Johnson, Park City, Oslo, Aspen

Foreign Accent Syndrome.

Roger Kreuz and Richard Roberts write for the MIT Press Reader about a phenomenon that turns out to be not as spooky as the lede makes it seem: On September 6, 1941, the German-occupied city of Oslo was attacked by the British Royal Air Force. The frightened citizens caught in the open frantically sought refuge from the falling bombs. One of the casualties of the air raid was a 30-year-old woman named Astrid, who was hit by shrapnel as she ran toward a shelter. She was seriously wounded on the l...
Tags: France, Germany, Uncategorized, Hospital, Linguistics, Norway, Oslo, University Of Oslo, Richard Roberts, Astrid, British Royal Air Force, Pierre Marie, MIT Press Reader, Roger Kreuz, Georg Herman Monrad Krohn He, Monrad Krohn

Report: ‘Sopranos’ & ‘Jersey Boys’ Actor Joseph Siravo Dies From Colon Cancer

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Tags: Hbo, New York, Hollywood, Instagram, People, Broadway, Oj Simpson, Al Pacino, Oslo, Joe, Jersey Boys, Michael Imperioli, Tony Soprano, John Gotti, Nick Sandow, Fred Goldman

2021 PING Putters

PING releases 11 new putters in 2021 based upon their Putting Lab Design (PLD) program. The putters feature multi-material construction and new dual-hardness, grooved inserts. MSRP of $249 (Harwood is $349). Today we see the official release of the new PING 2021 putter line-up. If you paid close attention to the Most Wanted Blade Putter and Most Wanted Mallet Putter articles, you have had a glimpse of some of the new models. Though not even released yet, two of the new PING putters scored top-...
Tags: Sport, Golf, Sigma, Oslo, Ping, Tyne, Harwood, Putter, Ketsch, Anser, ZB, Black Sharpie, Viktor Hovland, John K Solheim PING, Mallet Putter, Kushin

The Station: The biggest SPAC ever and reading the micromobility permit tea leaves

The Station is a weekly newsletter dedicated to all things transportation. Sign up here — just click The Station — to receive it every weekend in your inbox. Hi there, new and returning readers. This is The Station, a weekly newsletter dedicated to all the ways people and packages move (today and in the future) from Point A to Point B. Before jump into micromobbin’ and the rest, I wanted to point you to another Extra Crunch piece, this time a deep dive into second-life batteries. As Aria Alamalh...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, TC, Transportation, Verizon, London, Washington, Mexico, China, Germany, Berlin, India, New York City, Tech, Bloomberg, Vienna

Man’s body was found after lying in Norway flat for nine years, say police

Oslo death sparks questions about role of technology in reducing physical contact in society
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Man’s body was found after lying in Norway flat for nine years, say police

Death sparks questions about role of technology in reducing physical contact in societyA man lay dead in his Oslo flat for nine years before being discovered by a caretaker in December, Norwegian police have said.The man, who was in his 60s, had been married more than once and also had children, according to the state broadcaster NRK. Continue reading...
Tags: Europe, World news, Norway, Oslo, NRK Continue

Norway death: Police ask how Oslo man's body lay in flat for nine years

"How could it happen," police in Norway ask of the man who died with no-one reporting him missing.
Tags: News, Norway, Oslo

Norwegian corporate training startup Attensi raises $26M from NYC’s Lugard Road, DX Ventures

Corporate training startup Attensi — which originally emerged out of Oslo, Norway — has raised $26 million from New York-based Lugard Road Capital, DX Ventures (a VC fund backed by Delivery Hero), and existing shareholder Viking Venture. The new funding will be used to expand in North America and Europe. Attensi uses a ‘gamified approach to corporate training, putting employees into 3D simulations of their workplace and work processes. Its competitors include companies like GoSkills, Mindflash ...
Tags: TC, Gaming, Europe, Business, New York, US, Articles, Tech, Companies, Asda, Norway, Delivery Hero, Simulation, North America, Gamification, Sap

Norway’s Kolonial rebrands as Oda, bags $265M on a $900M valuation to grow its online grocery delivery business in Europe

Food delivery startups, and specifically those focused on grocery delivery, continue to reap super-sized rounds of funding in Europe, buoyed by a year of pandemic living that has led many consumers to shift to shopping online. Today, the latest of these is coming out of Norway. Kolonial, a startup based out of Oslo that offers same-day or next-day delivery of food, meal kits and home essentials — its aim is to provide “a weekly shop” for prices that compete against those of traditional supermark...
Tags: Food, Ecommerce, Europe, UK, London, Germany, Berlin, Softbank, Funding, Tech, Turkey, Czech Republic, South Africa, Italy, Netherlands, Sainsbury

Vandals Damage Famous Norwegian Baby Statue in Oslo Park

A Norwegian museum says that a famous statue of a baby boy stomping his feet in anger has been removed from a park in the capital, Oslo, for repairs after someone vandalized it by trying to saw off its left ankle.
Tags: Oslo, Oslo Park

Discover the First Modern Kitchen–the Frankfurt Kitchen–Pioneered by the Architect Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky (1926)

Nearly 100 years after it was introduced, architect Margarete (Grete) Schütte-Lihotzky‘s famous Frankfurt Kitchen continues to exert enormous influence on kitchen design. Schütte-Lihotzky analyzed designs for kitchens in train dining cars and made detailed time-motion studies of housewives’ dinner preparations in her quest to come up with something that would be space saving, efficient, inexpensively pre-fabricated, and easily installed in the new housing springing up in post-WWI Germany. ...
Tags: Google, Gender, Design, London, College, Life, Georgia, Architecture, Frankfurt, Victoria, Canterbury, Oslo, Minneapolis Institute Of Art, Facebook Twitter, Albert Museum, Margarete Schütte Lihotzky

March linkfest

On March 13, 2020, Merriam-Webster editor Peter Sokolowski noticed that all of the dictionary’s lookups were pandemic related: coronavirus, quarantine, draconian, lockdown, cancel. For the somber one-year anniversary this month, WGBH looked at how the pandemic has transformed the English language, and whether its impact will endure: Will people five years from now still say they are “zooming” when they conduct a video meeting online? Will slang terms like “doomscrolling” and “covidiot” make ...
Tags: Books, Maps, Wtf, Design, Washington, New York City, America, History, Britain, Italy, Linguistics, Words, Oxford University, Contests, Los Angeles Times, Donald Duck

Coronavirus live news: Spain to lift curbs on UK arrivals; Norway tightens restrictions

Spain to change rules on 30 March after UK vaccination success; Oslo shelves planned reopening to contain pandemicEU to widen criteria for possible Covid vaccine bans Greece and Spain to ease restrictions on flights from UKUS agency questions AstraZeneca’s Covid vaccine trial dataUK and EU may share Netherlands vaccine supplies to ease tensionsUK Covid updates - live 6.09pm GMT Poland will announce new restrictions for the next two weeks by Thursday at the latest, prime minister Mateusz Mora...
Tags: UK, Greece, US, Eu, Spain, World news, Canada, Netherlands, Poland, Astrazeneca, Vaccines and immunisation, Norway, Pfizer, Oslo, Reuters, Health Canada

Haaland’s Norway hint at pre-match Qatar protest over human rights abuses

Oslo (AFP) – Striker Erling Haaland and several other Norway players are preparing a special gesture in support of migrant workers in Qatar ahead of this week’s first World Cup qualifier, coach Staale Solbakken said... Visit for the rest of the story.
Tags: Qatar, Sport, Soccer, Norway, Oslo, Afp, Haaland, Erling Haaland, Staale Solbakken

Lockdown one year on: Porridge Radio on how Covid stole their moment

The Brighton band were on the brink of stardom when the pandemic hit. But lockdown hasn’t been all bad…Soprano Natalya Romaniw on how Covid crushed her ButterflySee all our coronavirus coverageLast February, Porridge Radio were playing some gigs in Oslo and getting ready for their lives to change. They were about to release their second album, Every Bad – their first since signing to indie label Secretly Canadian – and they knew they were on the brink of something big. Originating from the Brigh...
Tags: Music, UK, US, Culture, Pop and rock, Brighton, Indie, States, Oslo, Southwest, Porridge Radio, Natalya Romaniw, Dana Margolin, Coronavirus, COVID