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Norway Remembers Mass Murder as Gunman Fights Isolation

On July 22, 2011, Anders Behring Breivik detonated a bomb in central Oslo, killing eight people, then took a boat to an island where the then-ruling Labor Party were holding a summer camp and shot dead 69 more people, mostly teenagers. It was the worst massacre Norway had seen since World War Two. Breivik, a right-wing anti-Muslim radical who accused the then-ruling Labour Party of allowing too much immigration, is serving a 21-year prison term, Norway's maximum sentence. It can...

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