Norway has begun identifying the victims of twin attacks by Anders Breivik in Oslo and Utoya island last Friday.Among them were:— the 51-year-old stepbrother of Norway's crown princess, Trond Bernsten; — a police officer who died while saving his 10-year-old son; — Ismail Haji Ahmed, a 20-year-old dancer who appeared on "Norway's Got Talent;"— Johannes Buo, who at 14 was the youngest victim;— Monica Bosei, 45, known as the mother of Utoya island, who was running to warn others about the shooter when she was shot herself; — Simon Saebo, 18, who was an up-and-coming politician who was given the nickname JFK.Norway's NRK, Britain's Sky News and the Daily Mirror were among those who have created pages featuring photos and brief biographies of the dead.Identification of all 76 victims may be completed by Thursday, Sky News reports.___________________Norwegian police announced the names of four of the 76 victims of the massacre last week in the country, the allvoices.com reports.Among the victims were named, three people were killed after bombings in Oslo and one person died when Anders Breivik Behring shootings Utoeya crazy island. Four victims were Gunnar Linaker, 23; Tove Knutsen Ashill, 56; Hanna M Orvik Endresen, 61, and Kai Hauge, 32. Where they are also posted on the website of the police, the BBC reported.Police will continue to publish the names of the victims in every day until 18h to determine the identity and notify their families. Em's Princess Mette-Merit, Trond Berntsen, a policeman, is thought to be among the people killed at camp, the source reports.Breivik is facing charges of terrorism. Police are considering prosecuting crimes against human health, with the sentence can be up to 30 years. Y is in detention in 8 weeks. Four weeks, he was detained and is completely separate monitoring suicide prevention. Y Attorney's crazy but he believes it is too early to justify medical decisions in any direction.
Norway shooting: long process of identifying Anders Breivik's victims beginsNorwegian police began to formally identify the 76 victims of Anders Behring Breivik's massacre, a list that includes the stepbrother of Crown Princess Mette-Marit and some of the country's most promising youth politicians. • Monica Bosei, 45 Head of the Norway Maritime Museum, who volunteered at the camp as a kitchen helper. Became suspicious of Breivik's claim that he was a policeman when he refused to answer any questions about the bombing in Oslo. • Guro Vartdal Håvoll A passionate conservationist who cited Nelson Mandela as one of her heroes. Lobbied politicians on youth issues like young people's bus passes. • Jamil Rafal Yasin, 20 An Iraqi-born delegate from the port of Egersund. Appeared on the Norwegian version of X Factor. Missing and feared dead. • Gunnar Linaker, 23 Described by his family as a "big bear", he was a passionate football supporter. Spoke to his father on the phone as the attack began saying: "Dad, dad there is a shooting, I have to go." • Emil Okkenhaug, 15 On his first political summer camp. Missing following Friday's shootings. • Syvert Knudsen, 17 A young chef who has not answered his phone since the attack. His stepfather said: "There isn't much hope, but it's important for us that he is found." • Tarald Mjelde, 18 Described by friends as "the little big boy with an enthusiasm that infected everyone around him". Missing. • Snore Haller, 30 A painter who was invited to the camp as a guest of one of the political committees. Described as "kind, generous and quiet". • Ismail Haji Ahmed, 20 A dancer who had appeared on Norway's Got Talent under the stage name of Isma Brown. • Simon Saebo, 19 School president who earned the nickname John F Kennedy for his charisma. Missing and feared dead.
Dead:Trong BernstenSyvert KnudsenHavard VederhusSimon SaeboAleksander Aas EriksenMaianne SandvikIsmail HajiTarald MjeldeJohannes BuoGunnar LinekarEmil OkkenhaugChrisopher PerreauSnorre HallerTore EikelandTorjus BlattmanAndrine Bakkene EspelandAnders KristiansenGuro Havoll Sverre BjorkavagTove KnutsenHanna Orvik EndresenKai HaugeMissing - feared dead: Devastation: Norway is a country in mourningSondre DaleHanne Kirstine FridtunMonica BoseiJamil Rafal Yasinhttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2018875/Norway-massacre-victims-76-named-Anders-Behring-Breivik-shooting.html
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Spain: Zapatero wants Morocco and Turkey in the EU as a “gesture of conciliation with the Islamic world” That the only casualties of the twin bombings of Norway are European origin and people outside the Islamic religion has not prevented the Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, from calling on EU leaders for Morocco and Turkey to be allowed entry into the European Union as a gesture of reconciliation with the Islamic world.The Spanish Government’s President spoke about that support in phone calls to both to the Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and the Alawite ruler of Morocco (what do Erdogan and King Mohammed VI have to do with Norwegian murder? No Muslim was murdered, no Moroccan or Turkish citizen was murdered or hurt…), in which he reiterated his commitment to the alliance of civilizations as the only way possible for a north-south agreement. Zapatero argues that both Turkey and Morocco meet the requirements set by the EU to join their project.
«A pressa obscena com que se associa o crime de Breivik ao seu alegado cristianismo também não é refreada pela lembrança de que a mesma associação se fez persistentemente, universalmente, no caso de Timothy McVeigh, autor dos atentados de Oklahoma em 1995, até que veio, tardiamente como sempre, a prova de que o criminoso era muçulmano e ligado a organizações terroristas islâmicas. Veremos quanto tempo transcorrerá até que a pesquisa histórica erga um sussurro de protesto contra o vozerio unânime da mídia internacional.» -- olavo de carvalho
no mesmo texto:"A mídia iluminada está em festa: no meio de milhares de atentados mortíferos praticados por gente de esquerda, conseguiu descobrir o total de um (1, hum) terrorista ao qual pode dar, sem muita inexatidão aparente, o qualificativo de “extremista de direita”. O entusiasmo com que alardeia a presumida identidade ideológica do norueguês Anders Behring Breivik contrasta da maneira mais flagrante com a discrição cuidadosa com que o qualificativo de “extremista de esquerda” é evitado em praticamente todos os demais casos."
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