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Is there a lot of crime in Norway?

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"No, there is not a lot of crime in Norway. Norway is widely known for its low crime rate, ranking among the lowest in the world for violent crime. Norway is one of the safest countries to live in, with a very low rate of violent crime, property crime, and overall crime," wrote a member who made the move to Norway.

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