Norway's Utoeya massacre: 5 years on - BBC News
It is five years since 77 Norwegians died at the hands of a right-wing extremist named Anders Behring Breivik, eight in Oslo and 69 at a summer camp on Utoeya. It was Norway's worst atrocity since WW2. The BBC's Victoria Uwonkunda has been back to the island.
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Norway tragedy 22 July 2011
26th of July, 78 people has been confirmed killed, and many more seriously injured or missing, after a 32 year old man first detonated a bomb in the center of Oslo city. late the same day, he killed 70 young innocent people at the island kalled Utøya, some 20 kilometers from Oslo. This video is a tribute to the victim, and there familys. This tragedy has set a deep mark in my soul, and the date 22 july 2011 will never be forgotten.
Norwegian Mass Killer Gives Nazi Salute in Court
Anders Breivik, jailed in 2012 for killing 77 people in Norway’s worst peacetime atrocity, is beginning a lawsuit against the state for alleged cruel and inhuman treatment.
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Terrorist attack 22.july in Oslo and at Utøya - Norway, we win.
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A unfinished selfwritten song dedicaded to 22.juli 2011, after the tragedy in Oslo and at Utøya.
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Norwegian youth return to Utoya island
Norway is turning the page on the most bloody event in its history.
On 22nd July 2011, right-wing extemist Anders Behring took the lives of 77 people during a murderous rampage.
He went on a shooting spree on the island of Utoya, killing 69.
Now, for the first time, young Labour party activists, including some survivors, have returned to the scene.
Today we are participating which is bigger than ourselves, both as part of a long tradition – being on camp at Utoya – and at the same time bein…
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Norway terror July 2011 - Video dedicated to the victims and their family & friends
This video is dedicated to the victims of the bombing in Oslo and the shooting on Utøya.
Terror in Norway. Friday the 22 July 2011 at 15:26 (3:26 pm).
The murderer and terrorist Anders Behring Breivik detonated a car bomb in the center Oslo, the capital of Norway. The target was mainly government buildings. 8 people were killed.
Few hours later Anders Breivik arrived, disguised as a police officer, at the island Utøya where Arbeiderpartiet (The Norwegian Labour Party), had arranged a camping weekend for their youth organisation. Anders Breivik opened fire with an assault rifle and a hand pistol and with over 1 hour of shooting Breivik killed 68 people. Most of the victims were teenagers and were killed trying to escape by either hiding or swimming away from the island.
Breivik is a right-wing extremist and has been planning the attack for over 9 years. Before his attack, he emailed a 1500 paged manifest to over a thousand receivers. Breivik was arrested on Utøya.
Many more countries than the ones mentioned in this video have shown their support and grief in this national tragedy. Our thoughts are with the victims and their family & friends left behind.
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76. Norway - Oslo & Utøya Terror Attacks
On the 22nd of July 2011 a car bomb exploded outside of a government building in the center of Oslo. Hours later police were informed about a mass shooting at a youth camp on an island to the city’s north. At the end of the day, 77 lives were lost at the hands of far-right terrorist. Anders Behring Breivik painstakingly documented his preparations for the worst terror attack in Norwegian history in his 1500-page Manifesto.
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Norway Shooting: Video of Utoya massacre victims, rescue effort
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Norwegian police say at least 84 people have been killed in a shooting spree at a youth camp on the island of Utoya, near the capital Oslo. The attack came shortly after a powerful blast shook the government centre in downtown Oslo, claiming at least seven lives. A 32-year-old Norweigan man has been arrested in Norway, in connection with the dual attacks.
4 years after massacre, teens return to Utoya island with new life but heavy hearts | Mashable
Teens unpacked rucksacks and set up tents under the summer sun on the peaceful Utoya island in Norway on Thursday afternoon, gearing up for a weekend of political discussions.
Four years ago, tragedy struck the same tranquil island just 25 miles from Norway's capital on similarly beautiful summer afternoon. Right-wing extremist Anders Breivik gunned down 69 people there, many of them teens attending the Labor Party youth camp, on July 22, 2011. Hours earlier, Breivik had set off a bomb at government buildings in the center of Oslo that left eight others dead.
This week is the first time the youth camp has returned to the island since the attack.
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1 minute at Regjeringskvartalet in Oslo. 22 July-center. October 13, 2016
New Anders Breivik Oslo bomb CCTV footage released
26 November 2012
The previously unpublished video footage, showing the moment the bomb exploded outside the centre-left government's headquarters on July 22 last year, is due to be aired in a special edition of NRK show Focal Point on Tuesday.
Accusing his victims of fostering multiculturalism, Anders Behring Breivik detonated the bomb and gunned down participants at a youth camp on the island of Utoeya, killing a total of 77 people.
Breivik was given Norway's maximum sentence of 21 years in jail, which can be extended indefinitely. He is expected to spend most of that time at the Ila prison near Oslo.
World: Survivors of Utoya Island - nytimes.com/video
Norwegians recount the attack on Utoya island by suspected shooter Anders Behring Breivik.
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Bomb In Oslo ( Norway ) 22.07.2011
There was a big terrorist attack in Norway ( Oslo ) today, and this video will show how it looks and give you some information of what's happening here in Norway
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With all due respect to the Norwegian people in this sad time.
Terrorist Attack in Norway
Footage from Norwegian TV channel NRK. 2 confirmed dead, 7 in hospital in attack in the center of Oslo, Norway
Footage Walking Through Center of Oslo After 7/22 NWO Staged Explosion - Bombing Aftermath (2/2)
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Terror Oslo 22.07.2011
Oslo was struck by terror 22th of July 2011. A bomb went of in the center of Oslo where at least 7 people were killed and many injured. The same assasin shot and killed 85 young people and injured many more at Utøya later same day. Norway stand together in this terrible time and we will never forget this day! Our thoughts go out to those affected.
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Oslo terror attack
This short video was filmed just seconds after the violent explosion.