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Extremist gets the maximum sentence for attack in Norway that claimed 77 lives

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Police help a victim of Anders Breivik’s Oslo bombing last year

Norwegian police 'could have stopped Anders Breivik massacre'

A damning report concluded yesterday that Norwegian police could have prevented mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik's devastating Oslo bomb attack in 2011 and that his subsequent slaughter of young people on Utoya island could have been halted earlier if officers had acted properly.

Police 'did not act fast enough to stop Breivik'

A report concluded yesterday that Norwegian police could have prevented the mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik's devastating Oslo bomb attack in 2011 and that his subsequent slaughter of young people on Utoya island could have been halted earlier if officers had acted properly.

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US 'bomb' sparks alert in Norway

A wide section of the Norwegian capital's central area was evacuated yesterday and special forces were deployed after a suspected bomb – later found to be a training device – was discovered attached to a US embassy vehicle.

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Yesterday’s gathering for the 69 people killed on Utoya island

Norway marks a year since massacre

Norway yesterday paused to commemorate the 77 victims of a bomb and gun massacre that shocked the peaceful nation one year ago, a tragedy that the Prime Minister said had brought Norwegians together in defence of democracy and tolerance.

Norway marks one year anniversary of massacre

Norway is commemorating the 77 victims of a bomb and gun massacre that shocked the peaceful nation one year ago.

Anders Breivik in court yesterday

Trial of Breivik ends with mass killer's final plea: I am sane

Relatives of victims walk out of court as defendant says he was motivated by a desire to stop a Muslim invasion of Europe

Rambling killer Anders Breivik asks to be cleared as trial ends

The trial of Anders Breivik has ended with the confessed mass killer demanding to be set free and vowing that history would exonerate him for a bomb-and-gun rampage that killed 77 people.

Anders Breivik is too disturbed to go to prison, say prosecutors

Lawyers seek psychiatric care for mass murderer as trial nears its end in Oslo

Anders Breivik should be committed to compulsory psychiatric care say prosecutors

Prosecutors today asked a court to send confessed mass killer Anders Breivik to a mental institution instead of prison for his massacre of 77 people in a gun and shooting rampage.

The statue of Alfred Nobel at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden

Austerity hits the Nobel Foundation as prize money is cut by 20 per cent after years of overspending‎

The Nobel Foundation has become the latest austerity victim after announcing that the prize money awarded to laureates will be cut by 20 per cent following a series of unfortunate investment decisions.

Gunnar Sonsteby: Norway's most decorated war hero

Gunnar Sonsteby, code-named "Kjakan" ("The Chin"), was one of the most prominent members of the Norwegian resistance movement during the Nazi occupation and responsible for countless spectacular sabotage missions and acts of heroism.

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