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December 14, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The body of the president of the Oslo stock exchange was found floating off Norway's southeast coast, hours after he was fired on suspicion of financial impropriety. Erik Jarve's body was spotted in the sea near Bamble, 60 miles southwest of Oslo, where he owned a summer cabin, police spokesman Geir Sonstebo said. Jarve, 50, had been president of the stock exchange since 1977 and was known for his campaign against corruption in financial circles.
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December 14, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The body of the president of the Oslo stock exchange was found floating off Norway's southeast coast, hours after he was fired on suspicion of financial impropriety. Erik Jarve's body was spotted in the sea near Bamble, 60 miles southwest of Oslo, where he owned a summer cabin, police spokesman Geir Sonstebo said. Jarve, 50, had been president of the stock exchange since 1977 and was known for his campaign against corruption in financial circles.
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November 5, 1986 | BETTYANN KEVLES
After three young suicides shocked Norway in 1982, the Ministry of Education asked psychologist Dan Olweus to participate in a campaign to stop bullying in the schools. Olweus had been studying the problem of school bullies in Sweden and Norway since 1970 and, having studied more than 150,000 children, had identified the classroom as the key social unit that must be dealt with to ease the tension.
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