Norway's Princess Ingrid Alexandra and Prince Haakon mark ten years since Anders Breivik massacre

Norway's Princess Ingrid Alexandra and Prince Haakon mark ten years since Anders Breivik massacre

Norway's Princess Ingrid Alexandra and Prince Haakon lay tributes and church bells ring across Norway as country marks ten years since Anders Breivik massacre - On July 22, 2011, Anders Breivik killed eight people in an Oslo explosion before shooting dead 69 in Utoya - It is the country's worst ever peacetime massacre with many victims teenagers in Norway's Labour party - The royal family lay floral tributes as church bells rang out across the country to mark a decade since attack Norway has marked ten years since Anders Breivik killed 77 people in the country's worst ever massacre as church bells rang out across the country and the royal family paid their respects to the victims. Crown Prince Haakon and Princess Ingrid Alexandra laid a wreath on Utoya island while King Harald and Queen Sonja attended a service in Oslo in memory of the many victims, most of them teenagers, to mark a decade since the horrific slaughter. On July 22, 2011, right wing extremist Anders Breivik set off a bomb in the capital, Oslo, killing eight people, before …
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