From spats over halal meat in Danish schools to asylum seekers in Sweden, anger about immigration has fuelled the march of populist parties across Nordic countries, leading one such group to the brink of … Read the rest
Mass killer Anders Breivik is to be moved to Skien prison, which has one of Norway’s most liberal regimes, local media reported.
Breivik has long requested a transfer back to Skien, where he stayed while his … Read the rest
“The mother and Anders sleep in the same bed at night with very close bodily contact,” psychologists from Norway’s centre for child and youth psychiatry (SSBU), reported after Breivik and his mother spent several weeks
by Bernard-Henri Lévy, French philosopher and writer
Strangely enough, what I find most shocking in this Richard Millet affair (this editor at Editions … Read the rest
A writer who argued in an essay that Norway deserved mass-killer Anders Breivik has been forced to step down from a prestigious role with top French publishers Gallimard.
Richard Millet remains a Gallimard employee, the company stressed Friday, … Read the rest
Richard Millet, a respected French writer and editor, has sparked controversy for his comments on Anders Breivik, the Norwegian mass killer, whom he described as … Read the rest
by Joseph Secrève
It’s been a week since the most notorious modern day mass murderer on Norwegian soil has been sentenced to 21 years, the maximum sentence the Norwegian state could offer. Given the severe nature of Breivik’s crimes – … Read the rest
Though his talk of an international underground of killers – … Read the rest
As the trial of Anders Behring Breivik comes to an end, Norway is just starting to shape its future as a nation no longer isolated by its great wealth from a troubled outside world.
Survivors of Breivik’s massacre are waiting … Read the rest
(Reuters) – The Norwegian militant who massacred 77 people last summer gave a clenched-fist salute, smirked at the court and said he acted to defend his country against Muslims on the first day of a trial that threatens … Read the rest
(DPA) Two in three Norwegians believe the country’s media have devoted too much coverage to last year’s bombing and shooting attacks that claimed 77 lives, according to a survey published on Thursday.
The results were released just a … Read the rest