Officials including Stefan Lofven, Sweden’s prime minister, and Jonas Gahr Store, leader of the Norwegian Labour Party, lay flowers at the Utoya memorial earlier this week. Photo: NTB/DPA
Officials including Stefan Lofven, Sweden’s prime minister, and Jonas Gahr Store, leader of the Norwegian Labour Party, lay flowers at the Utoya memorial earlier this week. Photo: NTB/DPA
Terrorism

Norway marks 10 years since massacre by neo-Nazi Anders Behring Breivik left 77 dead

  • In 2011, Breivik set off a bomb in Oslo that killed eight people before going on a shooting spree at an island summer camp for left-wing youths
  • ‘We must not let hate stand unopposed,’ Prime Minister Erna Solberg said in a speech to survivors and relatives of the victims

Officials including Stefan Lofven, Sweden’s prime minister, and Jonas Gahr Store, leader of the Norwegian Labour Party, lay flowers at the Utoya memorial earlier this week. Photo: NTB/DPA
Officials including Stefan Lofven, Sweden’s prime minister, and Jonas Gahr Store, leader of the Norwegian Labour Party, lay flowers at the Utoya memorial earlier this week. Photo: NTB/DPA
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