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Skien

(Norwegian ˈʃeːən)
n
(Placename) a port in S Norway, on the Skien River: one of the oldest towns in Norway; timber industry. Pop: 50 507 (2004 est)
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NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-March 19, 2019-JM disposes off property in Skien and RA[pilcrow sign]yken, Norway in SEK71m deal
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During a four-day hearing at the Skien prison where he is serving his sentence, he also complained about the quality of the prison food, having to eat with plastic utensils and not being able to communicate with other right-wing extremists.
He argues that his treat ment at Skien prison breaches his human rights.
Storrvik told (http://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/mar/15/anders-behring-breivik-norway-court-inhuman-treatment-utoya) Agence France-Presse that his client had been "very stressed due to his isolation" in Skien prison, located about 60 miles southwest of Norway's capital city, Oslo. 
Breivik, 37, will argue that his isolation in Skien jail violates a ban on "inhuman and degrading treatment" under the European Convention on Human Rights.
Breivik is suing the government, alleging it has violated the European Convention on Human Rights by holding him in isolation in Skien prison, about 60 miles (100km) south-west of Oslo.
Kalager is at Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, and Teletnark Hospital, Skien, Norway.
The businesses being acquired employ around 70 people in Trondheim, Stavanger, Bergen, Stokke, Skien and Oslo.Country: Norway, Sector: Business and Consumer ServicesTarget: Neas' consulting unitsBuyer: Sweco ABVendor: Neas ASADeal size in USD: 16.7mType: Corporate acquisitionStatus: Agreed
OSLO AND SKIEN, NORWAY: At a popular hangout close to the National Theatre in Oslo, the Norwegian playwright Jon Fosse is merrily catching up with the Norwegian-American director/translator Sarah Cameron Sunde, while several founders of Epic Theatre Ensemble of New York--Ron Russell, James Wallert and Melissa Friedman--confer at a nearby table with a Norwegian dramaturg over a planned production of Henrik Ibsen's Pillars to Society.