"Someone tried to kill me for what I believed in": Three years after the Norway attacks
Friday, July 18, 2014 - 02:34
Right-wing militant Anders Behring Breivik killed 77 people and injured more than 240 when he set off a bomb in Oslo and staged a shooting at a Labour Party camp on the island of Utoeya on 22nd July 2011. Survivor Vegard Wennesland was a politics student at the time. He says the experience has strengthened his belief in the importance of politics in fighting extremism.
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I want just to express my heartfelt sympathy and solidarity. With the people under our wing. The -- and this terrible. I -- this is especially. Heartbreaking because so many of the victims were in my young people. Yeah. -- You can -- There and put them. -- -- It's. -- Continue its. Right. Still needs to be. And. Just thinking that I. Yeah you'll need. That can go back -- -- it looked in the -- -- visited. Texas and the again. I still have people I want to show the so some. So anyway. Here in the your daily life. Then. It's an experience that I. It's. You get through it. It's. Gradually.
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