Norway's Prime Minister, Erna Solberg, centre, her husband Sindre Finnes, left, and her daughter Ingrid Solberg Finnes react to the results of Solberg's Conservative party, Høyre, with Solberg's adviser Sgbjorn Aanes, left, in Oslo, Monday, September 11, 2017. The conservative parties that have governed Norway for the past four years appear to be retaining control of the parliament. Photo: NTB scanpix via AP Norway's Prime Minister, Erna Solberg, centre, her husband Sindre Finnes, left, and her daughter Ingrid Solberg Finnes react to the results of Solberg's Conservative party, Høyre, with Solberg's adviser Sgbjorn Aanes, left, in Oslo, Monday, September 11, 2017. The conservative parties that have governed Norway for the past four years appear to be retaining control of the parliament. Photo: NTB scanpix via AP
Norway's Prime Minister, Erna Solberg, centre, her husband Sindre Finnes, left, and her daughter Ingrid Solberg Finnes react to the results of Solberg's Conservative party, Høyre, with Solberg's adviser Sgbjorn Aanes, left, in Oslo, Monday, September 11, 2017. The conservative parties that have governed Norway for the past four years appear to be retaining control of the parliament. Photo: NTB scanpix via AP

Norway’s Prime Minister Erna Solberg wins second term

The win is historic for Solberg, whose supporters compare her firm management style to that of German Chancellor Angela Merkel

Norway's Prime Minister, Erna Solberg, centre, her husband Sindre Finnes, left, and her daughter Ingrid Solberg Finnes react to the results of Solberg's Conservative party, Høyre, with Solberg's adviser Sgbjorn Aanes, left, in Oslo, Monday, September 11, 2017. The conservative parties that have governed Norway for the past four years appear to be retaining control of the parliament. Photo: NTB scanpix via AP Norway's Prime Minister, Erna Solberg, centre, her husband Sindre Finnes, left, and her daughter Ingrid Solberg Finnes react to the results of Solberg's Conservative party, Høyre, with Solberg's adviser Sgbjorn Aanes, left, in Oslo, Monday, September 11, 2017. The conservative parties that have governed Norway for the past four years appear to be retaining control of the parliament. Photo: NTB scanpix via AP
Norway's Prime Minister, Erna Solberg, centre, her husband Sindre Finnes, left, and her daughter Ingrid Solberg Finnes react to the results of Solberg's Conservative party, Høyre, with Solberg's adviser Sgbjorn Aanes, left, in Oslo, Monday, September 11, 2017. The conservative parties that have governed Norway for the past four years appear to be retaining control of the parliament. Photo: NTB scanpix via AP
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