Before Friday’s attacks in Norway, Europe’s security forces had noted a growth in the scale and sophistication of extreme right-wing propaganda, but believed the threat of a large scale attack was on the decline.
The suspect in attacks in Norway that killed at least 92 people, Anders Behring Breivik, has admitted responsibility, his lawyer has told Norway's NRK television channel.
Behring Breivik, 32, was detained for allegedly shooting at least 85 people dead at a youth Labour Party meeting on an island and killing seven more in a car bomb in central Oslo, damaging a government building.
“A classic mistake that I have committed more than once is to try to transfer a method that was successful in one particular set of talks to a very different negotiation where it would fail,” writes Egeland.
"A woman in the U.S. is more than seven times as likely as a woman in Italy or Ireland to die from pregnancy-related causes and her risk of maternal death is 15-fold that of a woman in Greece," the report states.