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Anders Behring Breivik wants German neo-Nazi terror suspect to be his pen pal

Norwegian murderer Anders Behring Breivik has written from prison to a suspected neo-Nazi terrorist in Germany, asking her to be his pen pal.

Ashanti crown jewels stolen from Ghana's King Otumfuo Osei Tutu II in Norway hotel

The priceless jewels are used by the king when he performs ceremonial duties.

Chatter: Norway court finds mass killer Breivik sane

Norwegian killer Anders Behring Breivik gets 21 years in jail, Tropical Storm Isaac steams through the Caribbean, and man bites snake. Specifically, a Nepalese farmer is bitten by a cobra — and bites it back.
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Norwegian killer Anders Behring Breivik gets 21 years in jail, Tropical Storm Isaac steams through the Caribbean, and man bites snake. Specifically, a Nepalese farmer is bitten by a cobra — and bites it back.
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Norway bomb scare evacuates US Embassy

Norwegian police said the embassy and surrounding areas, including the royal palace, were cleared of people as the bomb squad and its sniffer dogs were dispatched.

Norway massacre anniversary: Remembrance, defiance one year on

"By meeting blind hatred with knowledge and reason, we have shown that democracy is stronger than its biggest threat," Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg said.

Anders Behring Breivik is 'insane,' should get treatment, say prosecutors

Prosecutor Svein Holden said that "it was worse to sentence a psychotic person to prison than to place a non-psychotic person in psychiatric care."

Norway gets its power from the moon : Business Insider

It turns out that the Scandinavian country best-known as one of the largest oil exporters in the West (12 percent) gets nearly two-thirds of its energy from hydro power — 63%!

Anders Behring Breivik like Hannibal Lecter, says psychologist

The psychologist, Eirik Johannesen, said, "Meeting Breivik was almost like meeting Hannibal," comparing him to the cannibal in "Silence of the Lambs."

Anders Behring Breivik 'drugged' throughout Norway massacre

"You can say that he was lightly to moderately drugged by a centrally stimulating substance," Professor Joerg Moerland told the court in Oslo.

Man sets himself on fire outside Anders Breivik's trial

The man had doused himself in flammable liquid, set himself on fire and tried to enter the building. The police were nearby and the fire was put out quickly but the man was taken to Oslo University Hospital with burn injuries.
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