76. Norway - Oslo & Utøya Terror Attacks (Anders Behring Breivik)

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On the 22nd of July 2011 a car bomb exploded outside of a government building in the center of Oslo. Hours later police were informed about a mass shooting at a youth camp on an island to the city’s north. At the end of the day, 77 lives were lost at the hands of far-right terrorist. Anders Behring Breivik painstakingly documented his preparations for the worst terror attack in Norwegian history in his 1500-page Manifesto.

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BBC This World – Norway’s Massacre

Anders Breivik and The Norway Massacre





Why did Anders Breivik officially change his name to ‘Idiot’?                                                                                

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