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  • Norway police chief steps down after scathing report on massacre

     
    The Norwegian police chief has stepped down after a government-commissioned report found that police could have cut short the devastating massacre carried out last year by Anders Behring Breivik sooner and should have been able to prevent a bomb attack...
  • Norway killer could have been stopped sooner, report says

     
    Norwegian police could have stopped Anders Behring Breivik sooner, cutting short his shooting rampage on Utoya Island, a government-appointed commission found in a report....
  • Norway Tries To Put Pain Of Breivik Behind Year On

    Norway Tries To Put Pain Of Breivik Behind Year On
    OSLO (Reuters) - Norwegians by the thousands gathered on Sunday at somber memorials to the 77 people killed a year ago by far-right gunman Anders Behring Breivik to show his bloody rampage had done nothing to change their dedication to an open society....
  • Timeline: Mass Shooting Incidents In Last 25 Years

    Timeline: Mass Shooting Incidents In Last 25 Years
    (Reuters) - Here is a timeline of some of the worst shooting incidents carried out by one or two gunmen around the world in the last 25 years: March 13, 1996 - BRITAIN - Gunman Thomas Hamilton burst into a primary school in the Scottish town of...
  • Anders Behring Breivik trial in Norway draws to a close

     
    Anders Behring Breivik trial draws to a close; judges are left with the dilemma of Breivik's sanity....
  • Boat tragedy adds new fuel to Australia asylum debate

     
    With scores of people still missing from a boat that capsized Thursday on its way to Australia, the country is agonizing again over how to handle asylum seekers who come there pleading for help....
  • Pakistan parliament elects new prime minister

     
    Raja Pervaiz Ashraf, a longtime ally of President Asif Ali Zardari who faces corruption allegations, was chosen by parliament as Pakistan’s prime minister, taking over a government locked in a bitter war with a hostile judiciary and struggling...
  • Turkey investigates disappearance of warplane off Syria

     
    Turkish authorities were investigating the disappearance of one of their nation's warplanes Friday amid reports that it may have been shot down by Syrian forces over the Mediterranean sea....
  • 4 top European leaders back $163-billion growth package

     
    Leaders of the four major Eurozone countries agreed Friday to push for a $163-billion growth package, a week before a planned European summit considered crucial to the future of the monetary union....
  • News of the Weird: Even mass murderers need friends

    News of the Weird: Even mass murderers need friends
    Norway is home to perhaps the most inmate-friendly prison in the world (as mentioned previously in "News of the Weird"), but the correctional system has an imminent crisis, as Anders Behring Breivik (the confessed killer of 77 people last year) is nearing...
  • Norwegian masses sing 'rainbow' song Breivik despises [Video]

     
    In a musical act of defiance, Norwegians crowded public squares Thursday to sing a gentle tune that confessed killer Anders Behring Breivik has argued was a Marxist song used to brainwash children to embrace multiculturalism....