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OSLO – 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 ...
Japan Times · 11/20/2013
OSLO, Norway (AP) — 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 to criminal charges, saying he was acting in self-defense. On the first day ...
Yahoo News · ByKarl Ritter · 4/16/2012
A string of surveillance scandals ... that held power for eight years, admits that not enough has been done to tackle the problem. “We’ve had a broad, comprehensive debate on better preparedness in Norway,” Tajik, who now serves a justice ...
newsinenglish.no · 12/22/2014
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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 ...
Salon · 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
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
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 ...
OregonLive · 4/16/2012
OSLO, Norway – With a defiant closed-fist salute, a right-wing fanatic admitted Monday to a bomb-and-shooting massacre that killed 77 people ... expressionless as he watched prosecutors present surveillance footage of the Oslo explosion.
The Post and Courier · 4/16/2012