Fredrik Naumann

Oslo, Norway

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"We’re so lucky to have British soldiers bringing us firewood" says Kaisa-Wenche Vivisdatter, a volunteer at a remote trekking cabin.

Following the departure of Tunisia’s strongman Zine El Abedine Ben Ali in early January and the drawn-out showdown between President Mubarak and anti-government protesters in Cairo’s Tahrir Square, on 17 February 2011 it was Libya’s turn.

‘For ten years they did not let us breathe’ Chechen civilian, 2004.

The world’s largest convention of computer enthusiasts, simply called ‘The Gathering’, takes place in Norway.

According to the UN’s Human Development Index, Norway is the best place to live on the planet.

The shout was ‘Azadi’ – ‘freedom!

In winter thick ice covers the lakes around Oslo.

On the morning of December 26, 2004 an underwater earthquake measuring nine on the Richter scale triggered a series of tidal waves which caused devastation when they struck dry land.

A couple of months short of his fourteenth birthday and weighing in at a mere 35 kilograms, William Kalfoss does not show any signs of fear as he stands at the top of the Midtstubakken ski jump, preparing to fly through the air at 85 kilometres an hour.

On 22 July 2011, a lone terrorist set off a huge car bomb in the middle of Oslo’s Regjeringskvartalet, the executive government quarter of Norway.

On 22 January 2012 it will be 6 months since the quiet calm of summery Oslo was rent apart by a huge bomb blast that tore through the central government and business district and killed 8 people in the area.