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Anders Behring Breivik in court today.
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August 24, 2012 Anders Behring Breivik got the maximum sentence. But if he's still considered to be a danger to society, his stay in prison could extend far beyond the 21-year term.
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People gathered in Oslo today to sing Children of the Rainbow, in a demonstration against the views of killer Anders Behring Breivik.
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April 26, 2012 Anders Behring Breivik killed 77 people. He thinks a folk song that speaks of there being "one world" is brainwashing Norwegians. Today, thousands gathered to sing that song to show him they believe otherwise. See the video.
April 17, 2012 Anders Behring Breivik, an anti-Muslim extremist, again insisted he is the leader of an "anti-communist" resistance movement and an anti-Islam militant group he called the Knights Templar. He killed 77 people, many of them teenagers.
April 10, 2012 Anders Behring Breivik, the Norwegian man who confessed to killing 77 people last July, was not criminally insane when he bombed a government building and gunned unarmed people down at a youth conference, according to two psychiatrists appointed by a court in Norway.
November 29, 2011 Anders Behring Breivik had been delusional for a long time before the July 22 attacks, two psychiatrists tell an Oslo court after examining the confessed killer. Their recommendation could lead to him going to a psychiatric ward.
Anders Behring Breivik, left, leaves an Oslo courthouse in a police car after a hearing. Since then, Breivik has been held in solitary confinement.
August 2, 2011 Confessed Norwegian murderer Anders Behring Breivik's "manifesto" references many papers dealing with science and global population. But what if you were a writer — and you learned that the man who killed 77 people had quoted some of your work?
July 25, 2011 Congressional leaders are writing separate debt plans; a Norwegian judge has closed the initial court appearance of accused mass shooter; same-sex couples start to wed in New York state; Australian Cadel Evans wins Tour de France
July 23, 2011 Authorities in Norway now say more than 80 people were killed Friday at a summer camp for young people shortly after a massive explosion killed at least seven people in Oslo. It's believed the two incidents are related.
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