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
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

Topic |   Terrorism
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
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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