By Alister Doyle OSLO (Reuters) - Anders Behring Breivik's massacre of 77 people still haunts Norwegians, yet ever fewer care about the neo-Nazi locked in a cell where his only "friend" is paid to visit. Most of the 10 seats in an Oslo court ... Town Hall, 5 days ago
Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik has said that more than five years of prison isolation have further radicalised him. He appeared at a court hearing at which the state is appealing against a finding that some of his treatment in ...Brief Report.co.uk, 1 week ago Breivik says jail made him more extreme BBC, 1 week ago
Norwegian mass murderer Anders Breivik is more radical than ever, prosecutors warned as the right-wing extremist appeared in court. Fredrik Sejersted said the government should still be prepared for Breivik, who gave a Nazi salute on entering the ...Brief Report.co.uk, 1 week ago Killer Breivik 'more extreme than ever' BBC, 1 week ago Norway to appeal against court ruling on mass murderer Anders Breivik's 'degrading' treatment in prison Yahoo! UK and Ireland, 1 week ago
(Photo: Reuters/Torstein Boe/NTB Scanpix) A memorial service is held at Oslo Cathedral, as Norway marked the fourth anniversary of the 2011 attacks, in Oslo, Norway, July 22, 2015. Norway marked the fourth anniversary of the bombing of government ...Christian Post, 1 month ago
Thomas Mair, a British citizen, was sentenced to prison for the rest of his life last week for the murder of Jo Cox, a Labour MP. The murder took place last June when nobody in US or outside thought of the possibility of Donald Trump winning the ...Gulf in the Media, 1 month ago
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