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The University of Oslo rejected an application by Breivik last month to enrol in a political science course, arguing that he was not academically equipped to pursue a degree. However, the extremist subsequently applied for permission to take
The man convicted of murdering 77 people in attacks in Norway in 2011 has enrolled at the University of Oslo to study political science. Anders Behring Breivik, who is serving a 21-year sentence, has not been admitted to a degree-granting programme,
TWO years ago, he ran for his life to escape Anders Behring Breivik's bullets. Never one to be intimidated, Fredric Holen Bjoerdal is now one of Norway's youngest ever members of parliament. "A lot of people quit politics after the Utoeya massacre.
Four young Norwegian Labour Party members who survived rightwing extremist Anders Behring Breivik's bloody rampage two years ago have been elected to parliament, the party said Tuesday. They were among 33 Labour Party candidates in Monday's
Mr Stoltenberg's centre-left coalition, in office since 2005, has been trailing an opposition alliance led by Erna Solberg's Conservative Party. Ms Solberg may depend on the support of the anti-immigration Progress Party to form a government. The
Norwegians look likely to vote the centre-right opposition into power Monday, raising the prospect of a populist, anti-immigration party entering government two years after right-wing extremist Anders Behring Breivik's deadly rampage. Voting will
Norway Norway's center-left Labor Party rode a wave of sympathy in local elections following the 2011 massacre of 69 people, mostly teenagers, at its youth division's annual summer camp. At the same time, the anti-immigration Progress Party, to
Mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik, makes a salute after arriving in the court room at a courthouse in Oslo in 2012. Photo: AP Oslo: Norway's anti-immigration Progress Party is preparing to enter government for the first time as its leader says
Norway's convicted far-right killer Anders Behring Breivik is to be transferred to a new jail reputed to have one of the most liberal regimes in Europe after complaining about isolation which amounted to torture at his current high-security prison
A Norwegian instrumentalist with connections to mass killer Anders Behring Breivik has been arrested in France on "suspicion he was organising a foremost terrorist act". The French central ministry said Kristian "