Article The heart of the Labour youth league - Utøya's political history Quote
"We will not give up in the struggle for what we believe in. We will come back to Utøya."
Eskil Pedersen, Leader of the Workers' Youth League (AUF)
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The team considers quite unacceptable the risk associated with motor traffic in Grubbegata, and establishes, through other proposed measures, that the street is to be closed to unauthorised traffic.
Report, 2004: Security analysis of physical and technical security measures in the ministries, 10 March 2004.
Photo The Highrise building, 1980s. Quote
"It is my great pleasure to leave this beautiful island in the hands, and to the free us of, Norway's socialist worker's youth."
Kåre Hansen, leader of the Oslo Trade Union.
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Why was I one of the lucky ones? The government building complex still stirs painful memories. Something in my body tells me to get out of there. Run.
Eivind Dahl Thoresen / survivor from the government building complex
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