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One of Us: Book examines Anders Breivik's 2011 massacre

Book review: One of Us: The Story of Anders Breivik and the Ma...

Translated by Sarah Death, (Virago, £16.99) This depiction of Anders Breivik's July 2011 massacre draws on interviews with those caught up in it, the killer's own accounts and reports from police and social services. The trajectory of ... Prospect, 1 month ago

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Book review: One of Us — The making of a killer in Norway

orwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik gestures as he arrives for his terrorism and murder trial in a courtroom in Oslo in this file picture dated April 16, 2012. — Reuters pic NEW YORK, April 13 — The nonfiction horror story told in One of ...
 Malay Mail1 week ago Was mass murderer Anders Breivik driven to carry out Norway killings because of incestuous relationship with his mother?  Irish Mirror1 month ago Was Anders Breivik driven to kill 77 people by frustrated sexual feelings for his MOTHER?  Capital Bay1 month ago Norwegian Mass Murderer Anders Breivik Fires Long-Time Lawyer  Sputnik1 month ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Asne Seierstad takes a steely look at the evil of Anders Breivik

Society One of Us: The Story of Anders Breivik and the Massacre in norway ASNE SEIERSTAD Virago, $35 Am I mad if I do evil? Or is my madness the source of my evil-doing? Third option, and most chilling: can I only truly do evil through sane and ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 month ago A cool head looks at an ice-cold evil  Macleay Argus1 month ago
Irish Independent

Books: Portrait of a killer who stole a country's innocents

, Anders Behring Breivik carried out his meticulously planned assault on his own country. Seventy-seven people, mostly teenagers, died and many more were seriously injured on that day. Breivik was very annoyed at any suggestion that he was insane.
 Irish Independent1 month ago

Irakli Sesiashvili compares Shalva Abuladze with Anders Breivik

We may be faced with a murderer who will open fire in any direction, Head of Defense and Security Committee Irakli Sesiashvili told reporters concerning Shalva Abuladze, suspected of murdering Beka Margishvili and wounding Valerian Grdzelishvili. ...
 InterpressNews2 weeks ago

What leads a lone wolf to kill?

| MSNBC Layout selectors The Cycle 04/21/15 Åsne Seierstad, Author of, One of Us: The Story of Anders Breivik and the Massacre in Norway joined the table to discuss the 2011 massacre in Norway. ... more Duration: ...
 MSNBC4 days ago

Trying to make sense of Breivik: Search for truth behind slaughter of innocents

, was Simon Saebo's 19th birthday. His cake, wrapped and labelled, was ready to be decorated but the family celebration never happened. Just three days earlier, Simon and 68 others, mostly teenagers, were gunned down on Norway's Utoya Island by ...
 Scottish Daily Express1 month ago
The Local Sweden

Swedish teens build on Breivik massacre spot

Utøya island in Norway. Photo: TT Eighteen construction and civil engineering students from Sweden are taking part in a restoration project on the Norwegian island Utøya, where a youth politics conference is taking place this summer for the ...
 The Local Sweden2 weeks ago
Abu Dhabi National

The myths of Breivik must not be allowed to go mainstream

While Europe struggles with another ISIL-inspired atrocity the Copenhagen shooting several new books are reminding us of the Oslo attacks. The perpetrator, Anders Behring Breivik, described his killing spree as the most sophisticated and ...
 Abu Dhabi National2 months ago

Villager March 2015

Trust me, Iím a journalist After warfare and driving, the biggest waste of energy in human history is…social media. The very name. For Villager Facebook is even more self-indulgent than Twitter since it calls less for a dialogue. Being a ...
 Village Magazine9 hours ago
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