Norway formed a nine-person commission Friday to investigate last month's deadly attacks in Oslo and on a youth camp, and the subsequent police response, which some have criticized as too slow.
By Larisa Epatko
In other news Friday, new economic data released show U.S. growth is slowing considerably. The Commerce Department reported the economy expanded at a rate of 1.3 percent in the second quarter, far below expectations. Also, President Obama announced that fuel…
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Authorities in Norway have begun to publicly identify some of the victims of the Friday terror attacks. Independent Television News' Carl Dinnen reports on the latest developments including some new insights about Anders Behring Breivik from his attorney.
As Norway mourned the victims of Friday's bombing and shooting attacks, Anders Behring Breivik admitted to carrying out the assaults that killed dozens, but did not accept criminal responsibility for them and pleaded not guilty in court. Independent Television News'…
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