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Norway / Terrorism Attacks #998446

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 24, 2011
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(Studio: Lester Holt) The aftermath of the deadly attacks in Norway on Friday by Anders Breivik introduced; photos shown.

(Oslo: Martin Fletcher) The picture of the confessed killer from his own writing as the nation grieves over the bombing and shooting attack featured; scenes shown of the mourning in Oslo; details given from his manifesto linked to the Unabomber with excerpts quoted with his opposition to multi-culturalism; scenes shown from the island. [Survivor Arshad ALI†, acting Oslo chief of police Sveinung SPONHEIM†- comments.] [Breivik's lawyer Geier LIPPESTAD†- comments on his beliefs about revolution.] [Norwegian Inst. of International Affairs Mer NEUMANN†- talks about the non-Westerners in Norway.] [MUSLIM - comments.]

Holt, Lester;
Fletcher, Martin

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