Norwegian and Dutch pension funds have huge holdings in Israeli banks that finance illegal settlements. Read more about European pension funds still profit from Israel's war crimes
Mads Gilbert’s Tromsø second major Norwegian city to vote to boycott Israeli goods. Read more about Arctic freeze on Israeli settlement products
Universities called on to end petroleum research with Israeli counterparts. Read more about Norway cooperation with Israeli fuel extraction under fire
Trondheim council also calls on national parliament to display solidarity with Palestine. Read more about Norwegian city boycotts Israeli settlements
Will the Nordic state defend its citizens’ right to boycott Israel? Read more about Why is Norway aiding Israel's crimes?
Israel using art and culture to whitewash its abuses, Norwegian artists say. Read more about Why won't Norway theater apologize for embracing Israel's war crimes?
HeidelbergCement’s West Bank quarries violate basic human rights, says Danish pensions giant PFA. Read more about Danish pensions giant dumps German firm over West Bank exploitation
Country’s top four weapons producers are alarmed by a reduction in their exports. Read more about Are Israel's war crimes no longer good for business?
Swedish crime novelist and free Gaza campaigner dies at 67. Read more about Henning Mankell wanted to destroy the monster of Israeli apartheid
Cemex remains an investor in a number of Israeli settlements. Read more about Mexican firm still abets Israel's crimes despite pulling out of West Bank quarry