There have been protests in Norway, against a decision to deport a survivor of the 2011 terror attack on the small island of Utoeya. Mubarak Haji Ahmed still suffers mental health issues after narrowly surviving the shootings at the summer camp. BBC, 1 month ago
Utoeya survivor: 'I'm seeing the faces' - BBC, 1 month ago
Utoeya island welcomes back youth - BBC, 1 month ago
Four years after Anders Behring Breivik shot dozens of teenagers dead, the Norwegian island of Utoeya is reopening for business this weekend as it hosts its first Labour youth camp since the massacre. More than 1,000 participants, a record number, ...BBC, 2 months ago VIDEO: Norway camp reopens after 2011 massacre BBC, 2 months ago
Schools in the Norwegian capital Oslo are installing alarms to warn pupils and teaching staff in case of terrorist attacks, it's reported. Classrooms are fitted with flashing lights on walls, and there are also loudspeakers which will tell pupils ...BBC, 1 month ago
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