A Norwegian man convicted of killing his Chinese stepsister and opening fire at a mosque was sentenced on Thursday to 21 years, the longest jail term under national law.
Philip Manshaus, 22, shot Johanne Zhangjia Ihle-Hansen, 17, in their home on August 10, 2019, because she is not of Nordic origin, the Oslo District Court heard.
A Norwegian man named Philip Manshaus was arrested on Saturday after waving a weapon and firing several shots inside a mosque in Baerum, Oslo.
Believed to have been inspired by white supremacists in the U.S. and New Zealand, the 21-year-old also became the main suspect in the killing of his stepsister, who was found dead in their home.
A Norwegian tourist who found a stray puppy while on a trip to the Philippines died on Monday after allegedly getting infected with rabies and not receiving treatment.View this post on Instagram
A 19-year-old woman born to a Norwegian family that founded their wealth in the tobacco industry has inherited the title of world’s youngest billionaire.
Alexandra Andresen made Forbes’ list of the richest people in the world this year after she inherited a $1.2 billion fortune from her father, Johan F. Andresen.
Passports are boring because they are designed to be. Usually colored in ugly shades of plainness, these small traveling booklets are created to be functional and never artistic or fashionable.
So imagine the surprise of immigration officers (or anyone really) when they come across a Norwegian passport.