A massive bomb blast has hit government buildings in the Norwegian capital Oslo, killing at least two people and injuring 15 others.
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International Middle East Media CenterSoldiers Attack Bil'in's Weekly ProtestInternational Middle East Media CenterDozens of local residents, Israeli and international peace activists, in addition to a delegation from Norway participated, in the protest. The protesters marched from the center of the village towards the Israeli apartheid wall carrying Palestinian ...
Some Norwegians Dismayed Over Nobel Peace Prize for European UnionNew York TimesThe Socialist Left Party, which often attacks European Union policies, even suggested that Mr. Jagland exploited the sick leave of a Socialist Left committee member, who had suffered a stroke and was therefore not able to argue against the selection.
Norway Massacre Can Happen Again, Says Norwegian Author Who Published ...International Business TimesCan a country as famously tolerant, integrated and prosperous as Norway feel safe again, now that Anders Behring Breivik, the perpetrator of the misfortune that hit Norway July 22 last year in the form of two sequential lone wolf terrorist attacks, is ...
Greater Manchester Police Shooting: Why The UK, Ireland, And Norway Don't ...Huffington Post UKA British armed police unit secures the area as he waits for the police van believed to be transporting Dale Cregan, the man charged with the murders of two police officers in a gun and grenade attack, to leave Manchester magistrates court in ...and more »
Norway condemns attacks on diplomatic missionsStarAfrica.comOSLO, Norway, September 17, 2012/African Press Organization (APO)/ -- “Norway condemns the attacks over the last few days on Western diplomatic missions. Violence of this kind cannot be justified under any circumstances,” said Foreign Minister Jonas ...
Emirates 24/7Karzai cancels Norway visit; Yemen protestors chant 'death to America'Irish ExaminerChanting “death to America,” hundreds of protesters angered by an anti-Islam film stormed the US Embassy compound in Yemen's capital and burned the American flag today, the latest in a series of attacks on American diplomatic missions in the Middle East.Anti-US protests across Muslim world; embassies attacked; protester killedEmirates 24/7Arrests made in deadly embassy attack in LibyaUSA TODAYProtesters storm US Embassy in Yemen in new attackLos Angeles TimesSan Jose Mercury Newsall 4,349 news articles »
Norway to compensate industry for carbon emissionsKMPH Fox 266 election without explicit partisan rancor.More >>. Looking to win voters even as they swore off negative attacks, President Barack Obama touted his administration's military accomplishments on the 11th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks ...
AFPNo appeal from Breivik as case formally endsFox NewsBreivik, whose bomb and shooting attacks shocked Norway on July 22 last year, was sentenced two weeks ago to a 21-year prison term that can be extended for as long as the self-described "militant nationalist" is considered a danger to society.No Breivik appeal as case endsSky News Australiaall 225 news articles »
The GuardianNorway's Leader Pledges to Boost SecurityWall Street JournalMr. Stoltenberg made the statements to parliament on Tuesday in a special session following last week's sentencing of Mr. Breivik, a native Norwegian who acted alone, to the maximum 21 years in prison. His attack was Norway's worst peacetime massacre.Norway's Premier Vows to Boost Terror Preparedness After BreivikBloombergAfter Anders Breivik's conviction, Norway must confront IslamophobiaThe GuardianNorwegian leader apologizes for poor police response to massacreLos Angeles TimesBBC News -NBC 29 Newsall 350 news articles »
Norway gunman declared sane, sent away to prisonThe Associated PressBy any account, the attack went exactly as he intended. A court ruled Friday that Breivik was sane when he killed 77 people, most of them teenagers, in attacks that shook Norway to its core. "His goal was to be declared sane, so on that point he is ...
Telegraph.co.ukCzech police accuse man of plotting Norway-like copycat terrorist attackNBCNews.com (blog)Czech police accuse man of plotting Norway-like copycat terrorist attack. By M. Alex Johnson, NBC News. Roald Berit / AFP - Getty Images. Anders Behring Breivik in June during his trial in Oslo on charges that he killed 77 people in Norway last year.Norway police chief steps down after scathing report on massacreLos Angeles TimesNorway chief of police resigns over Breivik attacksNew Zealand HeraldNorway Police Chief Resigns After Breivik ReportWall Street JournalTelegraph.co.uk -Sky News -Business Insiderall 500 news articles »
Norwegian Fjords Take Home a Webby AwardSacramento BeeBy Innovasjon Norge The official travel guide to Norway, visitnorway.com, was awarded a Webby for the best Homepage/Welcome page in tonight's 16 th annual Webby Award ceremony in New York. Visitnorway.com won in the Best Homepage/Welcome Page category ...and more »
Enjoy Rafting in NorwaySacramento BeeBy Sjoa Rafting Center The number of guests at Sjoa Rafting Centre in Norway has increased by almost 300 percent in the past 2 years and all indicators point to an increase this year as well. This is not limited to locals, as many visitors from abroad ...and more »
CTV.caSuu Kyi to give Nobel lecture during Norway visitKCAUThe Pentagon is likely to be sidelined from decisions on determining which terror leaders are targeted for attacks by drones. It's a change that would concentrate the power to strike with lethal force outside war zones...More>> The Pentagon's role in ...Suu Kyi to address UN body in Geneva next monthSacramento Beeall 517 news articles »
Christian Science MonitorHas Norway given Breivik exactly what he wanted?Christian Science MonitorNorway's decision to try Anders Behring Breivik, the confessed killer behind the July 2011 terror attacks, is controversial because it gives him a very public platform from which to share his views. By Valeria Criscione, Correspondent / May 11, ...Anders Behring Breivik Trial: Norway Killer Trial Interrupted By Unruly SpectatorHuffington Postall 554 news articles »
Christian Science MonitorUnsuspecting ferryman helped Norway killer hide gunChicago TribuneNorwegian police, distracted by Breivik's earlier bomb attack that had killed eight people in Oslo, have been criticized for not responding faster to the calls for help from Utoeya. Breivik, who says his teenage victims were fair game because they were ...Norway killer got on ferry in uniformPhiladelphia InquirerFaced with Breivik's unflinching account, Norway surprises world with its civilityChristian Science MonitorNorway Massacre Autopsy Reports Revealed In Anders Behring Breivik TrialHuffington PostNBC 29 Newsall 503 news articles »
The Express TribuneIn Norway, Muslim leaders say Breivik trial should focus on gunman's anti ...Washington PostThe self-described anti-Muslim militant shocked Norway on July 22 with a bombing and shooting rampage targeting the government headquarters and the Labor Party's annual youth camp. Since he has admitted to the attacks, the key issue for the trial is to ...Thousands defy Norwegian mass killer with songBeaver County Timesall 53 news articles »
PublicServiceEurope.comEuropol: The PKK, radicalism, solo attacks cause concernSunday's ZamanThe attack by Norwegian national Anders Behring Breivik, who killed 69 people on July 22 of last year in Oslo, was given as an example of a lone actor incident. “The perpetrator is considered to be a lone actor whose targets were the Norwegian ...Prevent violent extremism by being better at identifying people at risk of ...Sofia EchoIn 2011, it was registered an increase of terrorist attacks made by solo ...Euroalert.netEurope sees rise in 'lone wolf' terror attacksPublicServiceEurope.comHurriyet Daily News (press release)all 7 news articles »
Zee NewsNorway protesters sing songs hated by BreivikZee NewsThe protest follows several days of defiant testimony from Breivik who has admitted he killed his victims in a blood-soaked attack on Norway's multicultural society, but denied criminal guilt, saying he did so in defense of Norwegian ethnic purity.
Thousands of Norwegians sing song Breivik hatesThe West AustralianSome 40000 people, according to police, massed in the rain at a square near the Oslo district courthouse where Breivik is on trial for his July 22 attacks that killed 77 people, to sing "Children of the Rainbow" by Norwegian folk singer Lillebjoern ...
USA TODAYBreivik: Insane diagnosis based on 'fabrications'Salt Lake TribuneExtremist on trial » He claims the deadly attacks were “necessary” and that the victims had betrayed Norway. By KARL RITTER and JULIA GRONNEVET | The Associated Press Oslo, Norway • Mass killer Anders Behring Breivik slammed a psychiatric report that ...Norway killer says hoped to have massacred moreOrlando SentinelNorway bomb blast diverted police, court hearsReuters UKWitnesses recall chaos after Oslo attackUSA TODAYFox News -New York Daily Newsall 2,224 news articles »
Globe and MailPolice official at Breivik's trial recalls the chaos of Norway attacksGlobe and MailEight people were killed by the bomb and 69 were killed on Utoya island in twin attacks that jolted Norway. The confessed attacker, right-wing extremist Anders Behring Breivik, has said he thought he would be killed by police before reaching Utoya.Thousands defy Norway mass killer Breivik in songFox NewsNorway killer says hoped to have massacred moreReuters`Rose rally' seeks to shore up survivors at Norway gunman trialMcClatchy Washington BureauSan Francisco Chronicleall 1,169 news articles »
CBS NewsAnders Behring Breivik Trial: Witnesses Recall Chaos After Norway Killer's AttackHuffington PostBreivik claims the attacks were "necessary" and that the victims had betrayed Norway by embracing immigration. As he has for most of the trial, the far-right fanatic remained mostly expressionless during the hearing Tuesday.Norwegians outraged over Breivik attack on 'Rainbow' songAlaska DispatchBreivik says psychiatric report deeming him insane is full of 'fabrications'Christian Science MonitorThousands defy Norway mass killer Breivik in songCBS NewsMyFox Tampa Bay -The Nationalall 1,442 news articles »
euronewsBreivik: Norway attacks meant to kill hundreds, court hearseuronewsThe Norwegian killer says he “trained” for the attacks by taking a year off to play video games for up to 16 hours a day, which survivor Tore S. Bekkedal said was difficult to hear. “I've played the same violent video games and I don't go around bloody ...Norway's mass killer demands acquittal or deathReutersAnders Behring Breivik planned higher death toll in Norway attackRTE.ieNorway psycho Anders Behring Breivik delivers sickening testimony about his ...New York Daily NewsWashington Post -Chicago Tribuneall 2,167 news articles »
The lawyer 'defending the indefensible'The IndependentThere is a touch of Hollywood about Geir Lippestad, the shaven-headed, softly spoken lawyer who has taken on the seemingly indefensible task of defending Anders Behring Breivik – the mass murderer responsible for Norway's worst act of terrorism since ...
Timeline of Norway's bombing and shooting attacks on July 22, 2011Washington PostThe following is a timeline of events during the July 22, 2011, attacks on a Norwegian government building and a retreat for young political activists, according to police and eyewitnesses. All times are local. —3:25 pm: A car bomb explodes outside ...and more »
USA TODAYUPDATE 3-Norway mass killer deemed sane in new findingChicago TribuneBreivik himself has insisted he is mentally stable and demanded that his attacks - the most violent in Norway since World War Two - be judged as political militancy and not the work of a deranged mind. Breivik, 33, has admitted detonating a bomb that ...Norway mass killer deemed sane in new findingMalaysia StarKiller's sanity key issue in Norway massacre trialSalt Lake TribuneNorway killer found sane in new examinationUSA TODAYCNN International -ABC Onlineall 787 news articles »
Low altitude flying may have caused Swedish crashSacramento BeeAP OSLO, Norway -- The officer in charge of the Norwegian military's cargo planes says a deadly crash that killed five might have been caused by the pilots' decision to fly manually instead of on autopilot. Lieutenant Colonel Trond Solna was quoted ...and more »
Swedish rescuers find wreckage of crashed planeSacramento BeeBy KARL RITTER AP STOCKHOLM -- Rescuers have found the wreckage of a Norwegian military plane that crashed with five people on board during an exercise in northern Sweden, officials said Saturday. Parts of the C-130 cargo aircraft were found scattered ...and more »
Telegraph.co.ukMichael Moore attacks Alex Salmond's 'odd notion' of independenceTelegraph.co.ukUntil 2008, he said Mr Salmond had urged Scotland to join the 'arc of prosperity' alongside Ireland, Iceland and Norway. But after Ireland's economy nosedived and Iceland went bankrupt, he said the SNP's focus moved east to Scandinavia.and more »
BBC NewsNorwegian security say no way to stop Breivik attacksFox NewsThe police security service, or PST, said that because Anders Behring Breivik, a previously unknown right-wing extremist, plotted the attack alone, it was virtually impossible for them to stop him. PST was the latest Norwegian agency to evaluate its ...Prosecutors to call survivors of Norway attack to Breivik trialMonsters and Critics.comNorway police say future Breivik-style attacks possibleBBC NewsNorway intelligence says it couldn't have stopped attacksThe Daily StarZee News -International Business Times -Reuters Indiaall 236 news articles »
The ForeignerPST admits stopping Breivik was almost impossibleThe Foreigner... about the July attacks is about 40 pages long, and looks at key questions like whether Breivik could have been stopped prior to his attacks.. The Foreigner is an online publication for English speakers living or who have an interest in Norway.and more »
swissinfo.chNorway military plane feared crashed with 5 aboardMyrtleBeachOnline.comBy BJOERN H. AMLAND and KARL RITTER - AP OSLO, Norway -- A Norwegian military transport plane with five people aboard went missing Thursday during an exercise and was feared to have crashed in bad weather in a mountainous area in northern Sweden, ...Swedish rescuers find wreckage of crashed planeSacramento Beeall 569 news articles »
Norway police regret slow response to Utoya massacre in JulyWashington PostPolice had earlier been reluctant to admit that they could have done anything differently in their response to the attacks, which were unprecedented in Norway. A police helicopter was left unused during the massacre, and its vacationing crew was called ...
Norway police regret slow response to massacreFox NewsPolice had earlier been reluctant to admit that they could have done anything differently in their response to the attacks, which were unprecedented in Norway. Though he admits to carrying out the attacks, Breivik rejects the terror and murder charges ...
BloombergNorway Invites Krone Speculation Amid Interest Rate ShockBloombergThe bank “clearly has a threshold and that could pave the way for speculative attacks to find out where that threshold is,” he said. Governor Oeystein Olsen showed yesterday he won't tolerate further krone appreciation by cutting the overnight deposit ...and more »
Norway Murderer Breivik Charged With TerrorismEurasia ReviewAnders Breivik, the confessed perpetrator bombing and shooting attacks that resulted in 77 people killed, has been formally indicted by Norwegian prosecutors. He is accused under the country's anti-terror law, referring to violent acts targeting the ...
Breivik is formally charged with terror attacksThe IndependentThe self-confessed mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik was formally charged with committing acts of terror yesterday, seven months after he massacred 77 people in Norway's worst violence since the Second World War. Defence lawyers representing Breivik ...and more »
Daily MailGerman Store Changes Name After Anti-Nazi ProtestsABC NewsBreivik, who has confessed to twin July 2011 attacks in Norway that killed 77 people, was indicted on terror charges in Oslo today. Breivik said he detonated a bomb and shot nearly 70 people to protest Muslim immigration. The company had initially ...German 'Brevik' shop causes outcry after Norway killingsThe News InternationalGerman outcry over shop name linked to Norway killerReutersGerman clothing firm accused of naming new store after Norwegian mass murdererDaily Mailall 38 news articles »
Breivik charged with terror for Norway massacreThe Detroit NewsBreivik, who killed 77 people in twin attacks in Norway last July, was on March 7 formally charged with committing acts of terror and voluntary homicide. (LISE ASERUD/AFP/Getty Images) Oslo, Norway— Anders Behring Breivik was indicted Wednesday on ...
RTMan charged with terror for Norway massacreVisalia Times-DeltaAnders Behring Breivik, who killed 77 people in twin attacks in Norway last July, looks on in court on Feb. 6. / By Lise Aserud, AFP/Getty Images OSLO, Norway (AP) — Anders Behring Breivik was indicted Wednesday on terror and murder charges for ...Norway Has Formally Charged Breivik With Terror OffensesBusiness InsiderNorway murderer Breivik charged with terrorismRTNorway killer Breivik formally chargedAljazeera.comTelegraph.co.uk -Calgary Heraldall 62 news articles »
Man charged with terror for Norway massacreCoshocton TribuneAnders Behring Breivik, who killed 77 people in twin attacks in Norway last July, looks on in court on Feb. 6. / By Lise Aserud, AFP/Getty Images OSLO, Norway (AP) — Anders Behring Breivik was indicted Wednesday on terror and murder charges for ...
Norway massacre suspect formally indictedWDEF News 12This screen grab of an undated photograph on Facebook.com shows the central suspect of the Norway terror attacks, Anders Behring Breivik, July 23, 2011. The 32-year-old Christian fundamentalist Norwegian suspect was arrested following a bomb attack in ...
BBC NewsNorway attacks: Breivik charged with terror attacksBBC NewsAnders Behring Breivik, who confessed to attacks which left 77 people dead and 242 injured in Norway, has been charged with terror acts. Defence lawyers went to his prison near the capital, Oslo, to present their client with the charges.Breivik reportedly calm as charges filed in 2011 Norway attacksMonsters and Critics.comNorway mass killer charged with terrorismReuters IndiaUPDATE 1-Norway mass killer charged with terrorismChicago TribuneKGO-AM -New York Postall 726 news articles »
Norway mass killer charged with terrorismKGMIBy Walter Gibbs OSLO (Reuters) - The Norwegian anti-Islam militant whose bomb attack and shooting massacre shocked this small country last summer was charged on Wednesday with terrorism and the premeditated murder of 77 people as officials prepared for ...
Radio PragueStudy warns of possible new attacks against Roma as neo-Nazi movement gains ...Radio PragueLast year in Norway there was the terrible attack by Anders Breivik, there is the National Socialist Underground in Germany, neo-Nazis in Russia or the group Death Squad in Hungary in 2009. I think that the rising extremist scene is a threat also in ...
Terror indictment unveiled for Norway massacreKSNTThis screen grab of an undated photograph on Facebook.com shows the central suspect of the Norway terror attacks, Anders Behring Breivik, July 23, 2011. The 32-year-old Christian fundamentalist Norwegian suspect was arrested following a bomb attack in ...
The Local.se'The attacks against me are working': Lars VilksThe Local.seThe same picture was exhibited in Norway without causing a stir. However, it was mostly a coincidence that the attack was staged in Karlstad as the instigators were just waiting for a convenient opportunity. You might wonder who they were.
Timbers sign GK BendikSacramento BeeBy Sports Network The Portland Timbers announced on Friday that the club has signed goalkeeper Joe Bendik, who spent the past two seasons in Norway with Sogndal. "Joe is a young and upcoming goalkeeper that has done well in preseason," said Timbers ...and more »
The Cutting EdgeThe Edge of TerrorismThe Cutting EdgeAs we saw in the July 2011 attacks in Norway conducted by Anders Breivik and in older cases involving suspects like Eric Rudolph, Timothy McVeigh and Theodore Kaczynski in the United States, native-born individuals who have a variety of grievances with ...and more »