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# Jens Stoltenberg

This year
Factcheck: MEP Clare Daly ‘mistakenly’ cited wrong fatality figures for Russian invasion of Ukraine
Daly had also said that Ukraine had lost territory, citing Russian annexation declarations.
NATO's top man to stay in role as UK fails in bid to see its Defence Minister get the job
UK Defence Secretary Ben Wallace but his candidacy was apparently blocked by the US and France.
NATO chief warns Ukrainian city of Bakhmut may fall 'in coming days'
The industrial town in eastern Ukraine has been devastated by the longest battle since Russia’s invasion.
Last year
Nato hails 'historic day' as membership process for Sweden and Finland launched
Nato chief Jens Stoltenberg said it is the fastest accession process in the alliance’s history.
Zelenskyy vows to retake south Ukraine as Nato chief warns of war lasting 'for years'
Russian forces have directed their firepower at the east and south of Ukraine in recent weeks after failing to take Kyiv.
Nato attempt to convince Turkey’s Erdogan to back Swedish and Finnish membership bids
Ankara’s Recep Tayyip Erdogan accuses Sweden and Finland of supporting Kurdish militants deemed by Turkey to be terrorists.
Finland and Sweden submit applications for Nato membership
Nato Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said he welcomes the requests.
NATO assures Ukraine open-ended military support against Russia
NATO Jens Stoltenberg has said Ukraine can win the war against Russia.
All time
NATO chief rejects Russia's demand to deny Ukraine entry
Jens Stoltenberg was speaking at a joint news conference with Germany’s Chacellor Olaf Scholz.
Norway has 'so much money that it literally doesn't know what to do with it'
Well for some…
As Norwegian PM boycotts Ryanair, O'Leary insists staff not treated like slaves
Norwegian prime minister Jens Stoltenberg said he would never travel Ryanair as it is sued by two former stewards for unfair dismissal.
One month on - Norway remembers its dead
One month ago today Norwegian Anders Breivik has confessed he detonated a bomb in Oslo, before going on a killing rampage on Utoya Island – 77 people died.
Breivik's 77 victims remembered at services in Norway
Diplomats from Norway and around the world attend a remembrance event in Oslo, marking the end of a month of mourning.
Isolation ordered for Norway attacks suspect Breivik
Meanwhile, Norwegian police investigate claims he was associated with two “cells” ahead of the attacks. Surgeons say special bullets were used on Utoya to cause maximum internal damage.
Norway gun and bomb attack accused denied public court hearing
Meanwhile, Polish authorities have launched an investigation into a possible link with the Oslo bombing.
Is this man one of the luckiest people in Norway?
Journalism student was due to stay on massacre island but was sent off to cover a football match – and had worked in building next to Oslo blast site for the previous fortnight.
In photos: Norway mourns victims of twin terror attacks
“We are crying with you,” Prime Minister Stoltenberg tells the crowds gathered at Oslo Cathedral today.
Manifesto attributed to Norway attack suspect criticises Cowen, McCreevy
Manifesto outlining plans to protect Europe against “the Muslim majority” criticises Irish politicians for promoting the Lisbon Treaty.
Norway attacks suspect admits responsibility, says lawyer
A manifesto discovered online yesterday and attributed to Breivik outlines months of planning for the gun and bomb attacks.
Over 80 killed in Norway’s Utoya shooting as investigation turns to second suspect
Investigation into gun and bomb attacks continue as authorities search for more possible victims on the island.
Norway attacks suspect "came out of nowhere"
Police investigating the double attacks which killed at least 91 people in Norway yesterday say that the suspect had no known links to hardcore extremists and was not on their “radar”.
One arrested on Norwegian island following shootings
Meanwhile Norwegian police say they fear there may be explosives on the island: there are no suggestions of a connection with island shootings and the bombing in the capital as yet.
'No confirmation' of terrorist motive: Norwegian PM
Several have been confirmed dead in Oslo, with more reported casualties on the island of Utøya. The PM has said: “The people who stand behind this wish to spread fear, but we won’t let them. We must remain calm.”
LIVE: Rolling coverage of Norway attacks from state broadcaster NRK
Live footage direct from the Norwegian national broadcaster, in the aftermath of Friday’s attacks in Oslo and Utoya.
WATCH: First videos of explosion aftermath in Oslo
The extent of the devastation is as yet unclear.