| Jul 24, 2011
| 8:28 PM
OSLO, Norway (AP) — Anders Behring Breivik said he was a boy when his life's path began to turn. It was during the first Gulf War, when a Muslim friend cheered at reports of missile attacks against American forces.
"I was completely ignorant at the...
| Jul 25, 2011
| 11:52 AM
Anders Behring Breivik dijo el lunes a un juez noruego que la bomba y el tiroteo en los que murieron decenas de personas tenÍan como objetivo salvar a Europa de una invasión musulmana y aseguró que en su organización existían "dos células más".
| Jul 26, 2011
| 1:23 PM
Several members of a Greenwood family were just one wrong turn from being right on top of the recent bombing in downtown Oslo, Norway.
Carol Neiman and several family members were on their latest trip to the country when the terror attack happened....
| Jul 26, 2011
| 9:26 PM
The deadly attacks in Norway may have happened 4,500 miles away but for people in the Seattle area with friends and family in Norway, it feels as though it could have happened down the street.
About 500 people came to the Nordic Heritage Museum in...
| Jul 29, 2011
| 2:09 PM
Line Nersnaes, a 50-year-old legal adviser, ran from her office building after the devastating explosion that ripped through Oslo, Norway, unaware that a 12-inch spike was protruding from her skull.
Nersnaes was at her desk on the 11th floor of the...
| Apr 5, 2009
Bibi is back. Unlikely as it seemed after his resounding electoral defeat in 1999, Benjamin Netanyahu, the leader of Israel's right-wing Likud Party, has returned triumphantly from the political wilderness and was inaugurated -- for the second time --...
| Jan 11, 2009
American presidents have never had an easy time in the Middle East. For 60 years, they have been trying to make peace, or just prevent recurrent wars, and the record of success is thin while the death toll from the violence is disturbingly high.
| Nov 29, 2007
Yesterday, as the Annapolis summit on the Middle East came to a close, The Times' editorial board conceded that the meeting managed to defy "rock-bottom expectations" but concluded that, "where there is even the faintest hope, we must protect and...
| May 11, 2008
There is no longer a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Forget the endless arguments about who offered what and who spurned whom and whether the Oslo peace process died when Yasser Arafat walked away from the bargaining table or...
| Oct 13, 2009
| 4:24 PM
by Mark Silva Members of the committee that awarded President Barack Obama the Nobel Prize for Peace are speaking out about their decision, in the face of widespread criticism. Four members of the five-member Nobel Committee have told the Associated......
| Dec 8, 2009
| 4:24 PM
by Mark Silva As President Barack Obama heads for Oslo this week to accept the Nobel Prize for Peace -- only the third sitting president to accept the award -- he is ramping up the U.S. military deployment in Afghanistan,......