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Norway agrees to host Israeli nuclear whistleblower - The Local Norway

Norway has agreed to host former Israeli nuclear technician and whistleblower Mordechai Vanunu, his Norwegian wife has told local television. "We made a request for family reunification as that's exactly the case here, for spouses and a family to be ...and more »

Israeli nuclear whistle-blower Vanunu offered a move to Oslo - The Jerusalem Post

Moredchai Vanunu was jailed and served an 18-year sentence after discussing his work at the Dimona nuclear reactor with a British newspaper in 1986. By REUTERS. October 1, 2017 01:03. 1 minute read. > Vanunu tells Channel 2: Israel's nuclear program a ...and more »

Nuclear secrets-spiller Vanunu invited to live in Norway with his wife - The Times of Israel

Former Dimona technician, who served 18 years for leaking details of Israel's nuclear program, is currently banned from leaving the country. By Agencies and TOI staff 30 September 2017, 7:14 pm 13 Edit · Facebook · Twitter · email; Print; 342 shares ...and more »

Israeli nuclear whistleblower Vanunu invited to immigrate to Norway - Jewish Telegraphic Agency

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Mordechai Vanunu, who served 18 years in prison for disclosing Israeli nuclear secrets, has been invited to immigrate to Norway to live with his wife. Vanunu married Kristin Joachimsen in Jerusalem in 2015. They met in Israel a ...and more »

Norway offers nuclear whistleblower to move to Oslo - Arutz Sheva

Israeli nuclear betrayer Mordechai Vanunu received a permit from Norway to move to the country so that he could reunite with his Norwegian wife, who lives in Oslo. However, it is not yet clear whether Israel will allow Vanunu to move to Norway. After ...and more »

Israeli nuclear whistleblower gets offer to live with wife in Oslo - Reuters

OSLO (Reuters) - Norway offered on Friday to let Israeli nuclear whistleblower Mordechai Vanunu live in Oslo with his Norwegian wife, but she said it was unclear if Israel will allow him to travel. Nuclear whistleblower, Mordechai Vanunu, holds palm ...and more »

Netanyahu apologizes after ministers no-show Yom Kippur War memorial - The Times of Israel

Prime minister vows 'unfortunate mistake' will not happen again, says 'no greater duty' than the one to bereaved families. By Tamar Pileggi 1 October 2017, 2:26 pm 1 Edit · Facebook · Twitter · email; Print; 195 shares. Tamar Pileggi is a breaking news ...and more »