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    Fear factor cost Chelsea says Barca star Alves

    AFP, Published on 18/04/2012

    » Barcelona defender Dani Alves has lit the touchpaper for Wednesday's Champions League semi-final with Chelsea by suggesting fear cost the Premier League side victory in the 2009 semi-finals.


    Breivik wants death or acquittal, warns of new attacks

    AFP, Published on 18/04/2012

    » Anders Behring Breivik said Wednesday he should be executed if found guilty of last year's mass killings in Norway, telling his trial that other lone extremists were plotting to emulate his attacks.


    Suu Kyi to make first trip abroad to Oslo in June

    AFP, Published on 18/04/2012

    » Myanmar democracy icon and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi will make her first visit abroad to Oslo in June after years of house arrest, the Norwegian foreign ministry said Wednesday.


    Suu Kyi to visit Britain and Norway in June: party

    AFP, Published on 18/04/2012

    » Aung San Suu Kyi plans to visit Britain and Norway as part of her first trip outside Myanmar in 24 years, her party said Wednesday, in the latest sign of her confidence in the country's reforms.


    Madness, badness, sadness

    News, Kong Rithdee, Published on 21/04/2012

    » Horror was replayed, because all exorcism is a form of inevitable horror. First, one of the prosecutors of the Norwegian court read out the names and details of each of the 77 victims killed by Anders Behring Breivik on July 22, 2011. "She was at the water's edge... Shot dead." "He was in the Big Hall of the cafe. Shot dead." "He fled and fell off a cliff near the island's west point... Died of fall injuries and/or drowning." Then again, and again, and again: "She/He was near the water pump. Shot dead." The frigid, literal, unwavering police prose of the report gives you the feeling that you are walking into a graveyard. Or a morgue. You look away but the screams continue. Then comes the horror of Breivik's claim that he is sane. Of his vow that he "would do it again". Of him announcing that the victims were not "innocent". Of him insisting that he acted out of "goodness" to prevent Islam from becoming a major threat to European civilisation. Of his malevolent bombast that what he did in downtown Oslo and a youth camp on Utoya Island last year was "the most sophisticated and spectacular attack committed in Europe since World War II".


    Norway killer says he aimed for far higher death toll

    AFP, Published on 19/04/2012

    » The gunman behind Norway's massacres told a court Thursday he had meant to kill the entire government and said he used meditation, video shooting games and steroids to prepare for the slaughter.


    Court braces for 'hardest day' of Breivik trial

    AFP, Published on 20/04/2012

    » Anders Behring Breivik took the stand Friday to describe in detail his shooting massacre on a Norwegian island last year, in what his lawyer warned would be the most difficult testimony to hear.


    Suicide bomber kills 12 in northern Afghanistan

    AFP, Published on 04/04/2012

    » A suicide bomber attacked foreign military forces in northern Afghanistan on Wednesday, killing at least 12 people including three international troops, officials said.


    Annan team in Damascus as UN backs truce ultimatum

    AFP, Published on 05/04/2012

    » A UN team sent by peace broker Kofi Annan arrived in Syria on Thursday to pave the way for observers, as the Security Council backed an April 10 deadline for the regime to end its deadly crackdown.


    Thousands demonstrate in Syria as violence rages

    AFP, Published on 06/04/2012

    » Tens of thousands of Syrian protesters took to the streets on Friday under fire from regime forces, who pressed their campaign to pound rebel cities into submission, activists said.

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