Ylva Schwenke was 14 when she survived the deadliest attack in Norway since WWII.
Prosecutors have repeatedly referred to him as a “domestic terrorist” who poses a “substantial risk of danger to the community.”
Cory Booker to testify against fellow senator Jeff Sessions for attorney general, Yahoo likely to change its name to Altaba, fear spreads of a crackdown on dissent in Pakistan, and more.
Anders Breivik, a right-wing extremist who killed 77 people during a July 2011 attack, alleged that his treatment in Norway's relatively comfortable prisons constituted was degrading.
The far-right terrorist, who was sentenced to 21 years in solitary confinement for killing 77 people in Norway in 2011, is arguing that his incarceration amounts to "torture."
The 'Charlie Hebdo' murderers were nothing more than glory seekers. To act as though taking offense at some cartoons was a reason for the killings is to do the work of Islamists for them.
On July 22, 2011, right-wing extremist Anders Behring Breivik detonated a bomb in downtown Oslo, killing eight people. PTSD specialist Professor Lars Weisæth took survivors and their families back to the scene to heal.
And more stuff in VICE Style's Week in Tidbits.
Everything serious that happened this weekend beyond the confines of the pub.