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Grandhagen told reporters Tuesday that Norway’s foreign intelligence agency shares the data “with several partners,” including the National Security Agency in the United States. He stressed that the data is related to combatting terrorism and is ...
New York Post · 11/19/2013
The Norwegian military has admitted to being hit by a potentially serious targeted cyberattack attack in March, sources in the country have reported. The attack happened on 25 March when 100 senior military personnel received an email and attachment in ...
TechWorld · 5/24/2011
Oil-producing Norway, home to the Nobel Peace Prize, is known for its open society, peace and relative prosperity. The attacks sparked a public debate about immigration, security and a legal system which has never had to cope with such an event.
Reuters · ByVictoria Klesty andWalter Gibbs · 11/14/2011
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OSLO, Norway (AP) — With a defiant closed-fist salute ... After a lunch break, Breivik was again expressionless as he watched prosecutors present surveillance footage of the Oslo explosion. The blast ripped through the high-rise building that housed ...
Yahoo News · ByKarl Ritter · 4/16/2012
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the Foreigner · 6/20/2015
OSLO, Norway - With a defiant closed-fist salute ... After a lunch break, Breivik was again expressionless as he watched prosecutors present surveillance footage of the Oslo explosion. The blast ripped through the high-rise building that housed government ...
Los Angeles Daily News · 4/16/2012
Norway’s military intelligence chief said Tuesday his country carries out surveillance on millions of phone calls in conflict areas around the world and shares that data with allies, including the United States. Lt. Gen. Kjell Grandhagen made the ...
rcinet.ca · 11/19/2013
Judge Torkjel Nesheim seen in an Oslo court house in the case against Breivik for attacks that killed 77 [Reuters] A gunmen who killed 77 people in attacks in Norway on July 22 has ... a debate about immigration and security. Breivik, speaking at a ...
Al JAZEERA · 11/14/2011
OSLO - The anti-Muslim militant who killed 77 people in attacks in Norway on July 22 acknowledged carrying out ... sparking a debate about immigration and security. Breivik, speaking at a court picketed by a group of protesters holding a banner that ...
The Jerusalem Post · 11/14/2011
Oslo: With a defiant closed-fist salute, a right-wing fanatic admitted Monday to a bomb-and-shooting massacre that killed 77 people in Norway but pleaded not guilty ... as he watched prosecutors present surveillance footage of the Oslo explosion.
Gulf News · 4/16/2012