Evil knows no boundaries. May these mourning roses, cast by sympathizers in the lake near the island of Utoya, Norway, on Sunday, July 24, 2011, be a symbol of our country's mourning over the loss of 28 lives in Newtown, CT. May the Lord return soon and save us from the wickedness that is destroying the earth.
Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway cries as thousands of people gather at a memorial vigil following Friday's twin extremist attacks on July 25 ,2011 in Oslo, Norway. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, claimed that he has 'two more cells' working with him as he appeared in court today following a bomb blast at a government building in Oslo and a shooting massacre on nearby Utoya Island that killed at least 76 people in all. The death toll was originally reported as 93. Breivik has been detained…
American police kill more people in one day than Norway cops have in 9 years
. In Norway, the last time a police officer shot and killed somebody was in 2006. According to a new report issued by the Norwegian government, police fired just two shots in all of 2014. In the 12 years leading up to then, the only fatal shootings came in 2005 and 2006. Even in 2011, when terrorist Anders Breivik killed 77 people in Oslo and Utoya, Norway police fired just once.
The image is part of a series that follows the photo documentation was done by the Norwegian Museum photographer, Anne-Lise Reinsfelt, in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks in Oslo and Utøya on 22 July 2011. Her burst "Grief in the public domain" shows the diversity of flowers , candles, poems, photographs, objects and greetings that people leave out in the streets of Oslo. This picture is taken in conjunction with the one-year mark for these events.