Norway Shooting

The human rights of Norwegian right-wing extremist Anders Behring Breivik have been violated in prison, a court has ruled
The human rights of Norwegian right-wing extremist Anders Behring Breivik have been violated in prison, a court has ruled
Anyone whose spent any time on Oslo's grand neo-classical streets, will find the claim that Norwegian muezzins are sounding the death-knell of European civilisation fairly absurd. Even after the rapid immigration of recent years, less than 4% of Norway's population have their origin in Muslim countries.
The court has decided unanimously that Anders Breivik was sane at the time he committed his heinous offences. It is a verdict which may come to be seen as a turning point in the history of how much we hold ourselves, and others, responsible for actions.
Judge Arntzen, after delivering the court's verdict, described Breivik's childhood, when he was monitored by psychologists
Four former close friends of killer Anders Breivik took to the stand today, with one claiming that the killer once boasted
Almost ritually, the UN's Development Program ranks Norway as nothing less than the best country in the world to live in. Still, one man found life in our country so unbearable he chose to stage one of the most brutal terrorist attacks in modern history. A week into Anders Behring Breivik's trial, this paradox is continuing to baffle not only Norwegians, but the world.
The new psychiatric report on the mental state of suspected terrorist Anders Behring Breivik released two days ago ensures his sanity will be the key issue in the forthcoming Norway massacre trial. Have the psychiatrists made the correct diagnosis of Breivik?
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall will meet survivors of the Utoya massacre when they begin their tour of Scandinavia
Last Friday (Sept 30) marked 10 weeks since the Utøya massacre and earlier this week, the media; both Norwegian and international