Marxist–Leninist League (Norway)

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Marxist-Leninist League (Norwegian: Marxist-leninistisk forbund) was a communist group in Norway, existing during the beginning of the 1980s. MLF was formed by a nucleus of young activists that had left the Communist Workers League. MLF was politically close to the Party of Labour of Albania.

MLF published Arbeideren and ran a bookstore with the same name.

MLF was dissolved by the mid-1980s, but the group later re-emerged as the ML Group Revolution.