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Cal Thomas: Israel is not America

...the First Intifada (wave of terrorism). Over 50 percent of the Palestinian terrorists, who were released between the 1993 Oslo Accord and the eruption of the Second Intifada, participated in that wave of Palestinian terrorism."Ettinger also notes that...

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Opinion
Hakkinen takes 25th in pursuit

Kasilof biathlete Jay Hakkinen took 25th place in a 12.5-kilometer World Cup pursuit Saturday in Oslo, Norway. Hakkinen started the race in 24th place. He had three misses on the range to fall to 25th, finishing at 34 minutes...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/sports/2012-02-04/hakkinen-takes-25th-in-pursuit
Sports
Oslo, August 31st

Now Playing Synopsis: A man who can't sort out the wreckage of his life wonders what sort of future he deserves in this drama adapted from a novel by Pierre Drieu La Rochelle. Anders (Anders Danielsen Lie) is a struggling writer from a successful family who stumbled into bad habits and is soon to be released from a treatment center for drug addiction. Describing himself as "a spoiled brat who (messed) up," Anders has pinned his hopes for the future on a job at a magazine in Oslo, and after being discharged he heads into the city. There he meets up with an old friend, Thomas (Hans Olav Brenner), who has turned his back on drug-fueled carousing and now looks after his children; their conversation makes it obvious Anders isn't feeling comfortable on the outside, and his job interview is little short of disastrous. As Anders wanders Oslo and crosses paths with former friends and acquaintances, most of whom don't seem especially happy to see him, he ponders the future that lies before him and contemplates taking his own life. Oslo, August 31 was directed by Joachim Trier, a cousin of noted filmmaker Lars von Trier; the film was an official selection at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi Cast: Anders Danielsen Lie, Malin Crepin, Aksel M. Thanke, Hans Olav Brenner, Ingrid Olava, Oystein Roger, Tone B. Mostraum, Kjaersti Odden Skjeldal, Petter Width Kristiansen, Emil Lund, Johanne Kjellevik Ledang, Renate Reinsve, Andreas Braaten, Anders Borchgrevink Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

...forever. Others turn up after years of being buried or stashed in storage. Edvard Munch's "The Scream," stolen from an Oslo museum in 2004, was recovered in 2006, water damaged and torn. Police have never offered details on the painting's whereabouts...

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Arts & Entertainment
Wood boats

...the Norse expansion in Dublin, Ireland, and Jorvik (York), England. This ship is on display at the Viking Ship Museum in Oslo, Norway.Most boats and ships made today are constructed of steel, aluminum or fiberglass, materials that require less maintenance...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/outdoors/2013-01-17/wood-boats
Outdoors
Sports Briefs

...Hakkinen takes 43rd in sprint Kasilof biathlete Jay Hakkinen finished 43rd on Thursday in a 10-kilometer World Cup sprint in Oslo, Norway. The men's field was tightly packed. Emile Hegle Svendsen picked up the victory, finishing in 25 minutes, 19...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/031408/sports_4026.shtml
Sports
Hakkinen finishes 40th in individual

Kasilof biathlete Jay Hakkinen finished 40th in a World Cup 20-kilometer individual race on Thursday in Oslo, Norway. Hakkinen finished 5 minutes, 12.1 seconds, behind winner Raphael Poiree of France. Poiree did not have any one-minute...

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Sports
Sports Briefs

...finishes 35th in pursuit Kasilof biathlete Jay Hakkinen finished 35th in a 12.5-kilometer World Cup pursuit on Saturday in Oslo, Norway. Hakkinen started the race in 43rd and moved up while accumulating three penalties in tricky shooting conditions...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/031608/sports_4594.shtml
Sports
Agrium plant to be transported to Nigeria

...Nigeria in August for $28 million, but so far the plant hasn't been sold. Fairstar Heavy Transport announced Tuesday on the Oslo Stock Exchange they will be responsible for the move. "We will be involved in moving the original modules from Alaska to Nigeria...

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News
On farmed salmon

...salmon farming is just what the world needs. Arne Hjeltnes, spokesman for the largest fish-farming company in the world, Oslo, Norway-based Marine Harvest, told the "National Geographic News" (Oct. 28, 2010): "We believe that the farming of...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/041511/out_815352622.shtml
Outdoors

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