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Canada Norway commemorates the 10 years of the Attacks in Oslo and Utoya

08:25  22 july  2021
08:25  22 july  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Norway-Attack: Norway commemorates the 10 years of Attacks in Oslo and Utoya

LA NORVEGE COMMEMORE LES 10 ANS DES ATTENTATS A OSLO ET UTOYA © Reuters / Leonhard Foeger Norway commemorates the 10 years of Attacks in Oslo and Utoya

Oslo (Reuters) - Norway commemorates Thursday 10 years of the attacks committed by the right-right extremist, Islamophobe, Anders Behring Breivik, Oslo and Utoya Island, who had made 77 dead, becoming the killing The most murderer in the country since the Second World War.

Anders Behring Breivik had exploded a car in front of the Prime Minister's office in Oslo, killing 8 people, before going to the island of Utoya where he slaughtered methodically 69 young people together for a youth summer camp Labor workers.

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A first ceremony will be held in Oslo Thursday, in front of the former offices of the Prime Minister, remained empty since the attacks, to whom Erna Solberg will participate, the current Norwegian Prime Minister, survivors of attacks and relatives of the victims.

A religious service will be held in the cathedral of Oslo and Jens Stoltenberg, Secretary General of NATO, will deliver a speech. When the attacks were committed, he served as Norwegian Prime Minister.

A second ceremony will take place later in the day on the island of Utoya and a last tribute, planned in Oslo and where King Harald of Norway will speak, will conclude the day.

Anders Behring Breivik was sentenced in August 2012 to a 21-year sentence of imprisonment, the maximum planned by law, with a possibility of renewal if it is considered a threat to society.

(Gwladys Fabric and Nora Buli, French Version Camille Raynaud)

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