In her book “One of us” Norwegian author Åsne Seierstad tells the story of Anders Breivik and the massacre that left 76 mostly young people dead on July 22, 2011 – Norway’s greatest peacetime trauma.
The suspect in the shooting at a mosque outside Oslo held far-right, anti-immigrant, views, authorities have said. The young white male is also suspected in the murder of his stepsister.
The European Court of Human Rights found Anders Breivik's jail conditions did not violate the European Convention on Human Rights. Breivik is serving 21 years for a bomb and shooting attack that killed 77 people in Oslo.
Asne Seierstad has written books on personalities in conflict. She looks at Norwegian mass murder Anders Breivik with the same, unjudging eye as two women who became Islamists. Judgment, she told DW, is for her readers.
A 26-year-old Eritrean was apparently shot from a car by a man who later died, German authorities have said. Police believe the shooting was motivated by far-right extremism.
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