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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.
This Day Live · 11/14/2011
Norwegian Broadcasting ... for new forms of surveillance to fight terror and the Socialist Left party (SV) was opposed as well. Labour, meanwhile, said it was “critical” of her proposal but would study it further. Bjørnland admits that PST would ...
newsinenglish.no · 8/22/2014
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 ...
The Post and Courier · 4/16/2012
A Norwegian anti-immigration radical has admitted to killing ... The attacks sparked a public debate about immigration, security and a legal system which has never had to cope with such an event. About 120 people packed into the courtroom.
Al JAZEERA · 11/14/2011
... intelligence chief responds to claims that 33 million Norwegian phone calls had been monitored by the NSA Norway carries out surveillance on millions of phone calls in conflict areas around the world and shares that data with allies, including the ...
theguardian.com · 11/19/2013
16.25 The Norwegian flag also flew at half mast today at the maximum security prison where Breivik is being held. 15.50 Police have said Norway's security service will issue a new evaluation of the threat posed by extremists. Since the massacre ...
Daily Telegraph · 7/29/2011
"I don't recognize Norwegian courts because you get your mandate from the ... 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 ...
usatoday30.usatoday.com · ByBrent Jones · 4/17/2012
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 never had to cope with such an event. "I …
Timmins Daily Press · 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 read ...
IBN LIve · 11/14/2011
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.
Stuff · 11/15/2011