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Norway to appeal against Anders Breivik's 'inhuman treatment' ruling
International Business Times UK

Breivik appeal 'has to be heard'

A Norwegian law professor, whose niece was on Utoeya island when Anders Brievik opened fire, says the killer's appeal process is something "we have to go through". One of Mads Andenas's students was murdered on the island. However he thinks it ... BBC, 1 month ago
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Uganda Daily Monitor

Where are the rights?

- Human rights are not something that can be selectively applied. They should be the same for all and no one should be treated differently. A case in point, according to the BBC, is when Anders Behring Breivik recently won part of a human rights ...
 Kathmandu Post16 hours ago Human rights of mass murderer  Uganda Daily Monitor5 days ago Africa: Human Rights of Mass Murderer  AllAfrica.com4 days ago

Norway appeals court verdict on Breivik's human rights complaint

Norway is set to appeal an Oslo district court ruling that the government violated Anders Breivik's human rights when he was put in solitary confinement after having been found guilty of killing 77 people in 2011. Voice of America quoted ...
 Lawyer Herald1 week ago Norway to Appeal Oslo Court Ruling of Breivik's Human Rights Violations  Sputnik1 week ago

Shooting Massacres after Port Arthur

SHOOTING MASSACRES AFTER PORT ARTHUR April 1999 USA - Two teenagers kill 12 students and one teacher at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado, before committing suicide in the school library. July 2001 Nepal - Nine members of the ...
 9News.com.au2 weeks ago
SRN News

'Memory Wound' memorial to victims of mass killer Breivik divides Norwegians

By Gwladys Fouche OSLO (Reuters) - A memorial to the victims of Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik is dividing those affected by his attacks, with some suing the government to stop its construction and others welcoming it as a place where ...
 Sharenet1 month ago 'Memory Wound' memorial to victims of mass killer Breivik divides Norwegians  Daily Times1 month ago Anders Behring Breivik: "Memory Wound" memorial to victims of mass killer divides Norwegians  Pulse.ng1 month ago Memory Wound memorial to victims of mass killer Breivik divides Norwegians  Malay Mail1 month ago
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Christian Post

Majority of Norwegians Don't Believe in God for First Time Ever, New Study Finds

|4:25 pm (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 ...
 Christian Post1 month ago

Norway Mass Shooter Breivik Isolation Degrading, Deteriorates Mental Health

MOSCOW (Sputnik)— Advocate Oystein Storrvik made his closing argument followingfour days ofcourt hearings atthe Skien prison, where Breivik has been confined foralmost five years. Breivik is suing the government forkeeping him inisolation. He ...
 Sputnik1 month ago
News24

Tutu urges Norway to forgive Breivik

Oslo - Archbishop Desmond Tutu urged Norwegians on Monday to forgive mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik, the worst criminal in the nation's recent history. "That is our position and... I think this would be God's position too," Tutu said when ...
 News241 month ago Norway mass murderer Breivik sues over his human rights  EuroNews1 month ago
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