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Norway's enduring legacy This was no military tribunal on Guantanamo Bay. This was an open trial in an open society Editorial Oslo district court and the Norwegian justice system are to be congratulated on the way they conducted the trial of the
If I say the words Oslo Court, the chances are you'll conjure up an icy courtroom in the Norwegian capital where Anders Breivik, the ideologue who read too many conspiracy theories on the internet, is on trial for mass murder. But there's another
David Cameron recently revealed how weekly 'date' nights keep his marriage in check. And last night he put the Greek financial crisis, LOL-gate and his foreign secretary's demands to work harder to one side for dinner deux with wife Samantha...In his
The Norway gunman who killed 77 people in twin attacks in July must submit to a second psychiatric exam, an Oslo court ruled Thursday, rejecting his appeal after a first evaluation found him criminally insane. The Oslo appeals court ruled that a
Oslo Court has today decided to order additional studies of psychiatric Anders Breivik, the perpetrators of the massacre on the Norwegian island of Utoyaof July 2011. To carry out a new set two national expert psychiatrists.
Anders Breivik, left, who killed 77 people in Norway in July has been recently declared insane. Photograph: Jon-Are Berg-Jacobsen/AFP/Getty Images As the terrorist of Oslo is declared insane , the Norwegian faith in our judicial system is challenged.