The Labor Party wins the elections in Norway
The opposition in Norway has won elections, receiving the majority of votes.
The Labor Party, led by Jonas Gahr Store, received 26.4 percent of the vote, while the Conservatives, led by Prime Minister Erna Solberg, received 20.5 percent, foreign media reported.
Solberg conceded defeat, congratulating Store on the victory.
"I commend Jonas Gahr Store for a - as it seems now - clear majority for a change of government," she said.