The bomb and gun rampage that left 77 people dead in Norway last summer could have been avoided, an independent report found Monday.
NEWCASTLE, England -- When the U.S. women's soccer team meets New Zealand in the Olympic quarterfinals (Friday, 9:30 a.m. ET, NBCSN), tournament organizers will hand out team sheets to the media that include all the players' names and the clubs they play for.
Police in Oslo, Norway, evacuated the area around the U.S. Embassy after a suspicious item was noticed, police said Tuesday.
CNN's Becky Anderson talks to Bjorn Ihler, attack survivor, about watching the trial of the accused attacker.
A year after Anders Behring Breivik killed 77 people in a bomb and gun rampage in Norway, Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg urged Norwegians to "honor the dead by celebrating life."
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange faces a Saturday deadline to be extradited to Sweden for questioning in sexual assault allegations, Swedish authorities said.
Norway mass killer Anders Breivik should be considered sane and acquitted for the attacks that left 77 people dead, his lawyer said in closing arguments Friday.
CNN's Diana Magnay says the man accused of mass murder in Norway showed no emotion as the charges were read.
Norwegian prosecutors have asked that alleged mass killer Anders Breivik be transferred to a psychiatric institutions because they believe he is mentally ill, a spokeswoman for the prosecutor's office told CNN.
Security has been heightened at Sweden's nuclear power plants after explosives were discovered on a vehicle entering a protected nuclear site, authorities said Thursday.
A female zookeeper died Sunday morning when she was attacked by wolves in an enclosure at the Kolmarden Zoo in Sweden.
Rolling commentary and live pictures from Euro 2012 as France take on Ukraine, followed by England vs.Sweden.
Sweden's tourist board decided to try to drum up interest in the country recently by handing control of the national Twitter account to a different Swedish citizen every week.
CNN's live text reporting on the Euro 2012 match between England and France, followed by Ukraine against Sweden in Monday's other Group D game.
Denmark produced the first major surprise of Euro 2012 as Morten Olsen's side secured a 1-0 win over the Netherlands in Kharkiv.
No side has lost more finals games in the history of the European Championship than Denmark, but then no side -- not even Greece -- has ever won the tournament in more unlikely circumstances. Denmark hadn't even qualified for the Euros in 1992, but as war tore through Yugoslavia, it was called up a fortnight before the tournament as a replacement and went on to beat Germany in the final. A repeat is highly unlikely this time round, particularly given a dreadfully tough first-round group, but this is a young and talented Danish side that might just unsettle a few more fancied names. Morten Olsen has already been in charge for 12 years and has just signed a two-year extension, which says much for his belief in the potential of his side. In fact, he believes it has a greater chance to make an impression at the World Cup in 2014 than in Poland-Ukraine. It shouldn't go unnoticed that while Portugal is more fancied, Denmark beat the Portuguese 2-1 in its final qualifier to finish three
To the rest of the world, Sweden seems to represent all that is enviably European. Scandinavia's largest country has a reputation for being stylish, progressive and glacially cool -- in short, everything the Eurovision Song Contest is not.
CNN's Diana Magnay reports from Norway's prison on Bastoy Island, where prisoners live in relative freedom.
A man set himself on fire Tuesday outside the court in Norway's capital, Oslo, where Anders Behring Breivik is on trial over terrorist attacks last summer that killed 77 people.
The man who carried out one of Europe's worst massacres defends his actions. CNN's Diana Magnay reports.
The trial of Anders Behring Breivik, who has admitted killing 77 people in a bomb and gun rampage in Norway last summer, is under way in Oslo.
Telenor Group Executive Vice President Kristin Skogen-Lund talks to CNN about her ambition and lifestyle.
My home country Norway has gained international recognition for its pioneering legislative and policy work to promote gender equality in all aspects of society. We have 50% female ministers in our Government, 55% of managers in public sector are women as well as five out of seven party leaders.
Three people arrested in Denmark on suspicion of planning a terror attack appeared in a Copenhagen court Saturday, police said.
Three people were arrested in Copenhagen Friday on suspicion of planning a terror attack, Denmark's Security and Intelligence Service said.
Former Icelandic Prime Minister Geir Haarde was convicted Monday of negligence related to the collapse of his nation's banking system, but he was cleared of three other charges and will face no punishment, a court official said.
Anders Behring Breivik, who admits killing 77 people in Norway last summer, gave chilling details at his trial Friday of the gun rampage in which he systematically shot dead scores of young people.
Norway's alleged mass killer testified on Thursday that he played video games as a way to train for a shooting spree that killed 77 people last summer. In particular, Anders Behring Breivik said at his trial that he played "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2" as a means of shooting practice, according to CNN's report.
Anders Behring Breivik, who admits killing 77 people in Norway last summer, was trying to kill the prime minister and other government ministers by bombing a building in Oslo, he testified Thursday.
An Afro-Swede group wants the arts minister to resign for helping cut a cake that depicted an image some feel is racist.
Anders Behring Breivik, who admits killing 77 people in Norway last summer, has been asked to stop raising his fist in salute each morning at his trial, his lawyer said Wednesday.
Anders Behring Breivik boasted Tuesday that he had carried out "the most sophisticated and spectacular political attack in Europe since World War II" when he killed 77 people in Norway last summer.
Anders Behring Breivik's defense counsel had warned that the self-confessed killer would show no remorse. And that was clear from the start.
The man accused of killing 77 people in a bomb-and-gun rampage in Norway last summer said his actions were justified to save the country from multicultural forces as he went on trial Monday.
CNN's Nic Robertson takes a look at how friends describe the man accused of the Norway attacks.
To borrow the title of Sebastian Junger's book, a "perfect storm" helped lead to the extremist thinking of Norway massacre suspect Anders Behring Breivik.
Caroline Wozniacki is through to the final of her home tournament in Copenhagen after defeating Petra Martic from Croatia 6-3 6-2.
Caroline Wozniacki made it 13 straight wins in her home tournament in Copenhagen on Friday the 13th as she dispatched French hope Alize Cornet 6-0 6-3.
CNN's Diana Magnay explains that the sanity report on the man charged in the Norway massacre is not the final verdict.
A man accused of killing 77 people in a bomb and gun rampage in Norway last summer was sane at the time of the alleged crimes, two court-appointed psychiatric experts said in a report released Tuesday.
Finnish authorities arrested a man Friday after he fired six shots through a school classroom door and shot an office worker in the hand in two separate incidents, police said.
An avalanche in northern Norway swept six French skiers down a mountain, killing at least two of them, police said Monday.
Anders Behring Breivik, accused of killing of 77 people in a bomb and gun rampage in Norway last summer, was formally charged Wednesday with committing acts of terror and voluntary homicide, prosecutors said.
Sweden's Crown Princess Victoria gives birth to a daughter, now second in line to inherit the throne after her mother.
Former Finnish Finance Minister Sauli Niinisto emerged victorious in the nation's presidential election Sunday, according to preliminary results.
Two pro-euro candidates appeared headed for a February runoff in Finland's presidential race after a first round of voting Sunday, according to complete results.
Police say the Norway massacre shooting suspect has been declared criminally insane. CNN's Phil Black reports.
The man accused of killing 77 people in Norway last summer will undergo a new psychiatric evaluation, justice officials said Friday, after an earlier test found him to be insane.
How's this for a space oddity? Forty years have passed since the historic Apollo moon landing, and yet the prospect of space tourism remains as distant as ever. Just as well, then, that getting that out-of-this-world feeling without leaving the planet is easier to do than a Vulcan salute.
The man accused of killing 77 people in a terrorist rampage that shook Norway last summer is insane and cannot be sentenced to prison or preventive detention, but can be confined to a mental hospital for the rest of his life, police said Tuesday.
The suspect blamed for the July terrorist attacks in Norway will leave solitary confinement within days, police said Thursday.
Norway's Prime Minister says he was supposed to be on the island that was targeted in a deadly shooting rampage in July.
Anders Breivik comes face to face with the families of those he's accused of killing. CNN's Per Nyberg reports.
There is no reason to believe that Norway mass murder suspect Anders Behring Breivik is insane, District Court Judge Torkjel Nesheim said Monday.
Can social media transform a country's government to a "sideshow"? Icelandic President Olafur Ragnar Grimsson thinks so.
Facebook updates and YouTube videos are becoming more important to global affairs than governments, Iceland's president said this week.
Whether it's balanced on the rim of a volcano or made of crystallized salt, the right hotel can provide you with a good year's worth of bragging material. These are the kinds of places you have to go at least once, if only to say you have.
The "Occupy Wall Street" movement went global Saturday, crossing the Atlantic to many European cities, where protesters turned out by the thousands for largely peaceful demonstrations. In many cities, handfuls of protesters donned masks portraying a sinister, smiling face with a pointy black mustache and a thin lip beard taken from the movie "V for Vendetta" about a masked hero who fights against totalitarianism.
A cloud-computing company is building what it calls "the world's first zero-emission data center" in Iceland.
Anders Breivik, who has admitted killing 77 people in Norway in July, will remain in solitary confinement for another four weeks, a judge ruled Monday.
Amid worries that the latest bailout for Greece could unravel, Eurogroup President Jean-Claude Juncker said Monday that Finland's objections will not derail the rescue effort.
A fire broke out in an engine room onboard a Norwegian cruise ship injuring several people.
Four people have been arrested in Gothenburg, Sweden, suspected of plotting terror acts. CNN's Per Nyberg reports
Swedish prosecutors Tuesday asked a judge to extend the detention of four terror suspects, telling the court they were "planning to commit murder," according to legal documents obtained by CNN.
Three of the four men who were arrested this weekend on suspicion of plotting a terrorist attack in Sweden are of Somali origin, and the fourth is Iraqi, Swedish authorities told CNN on Monday.
A Swedish SWAT team backed by local police arrested four people overnight on suspicion of plotting terror attacks, the Swedish Security Service told CNN Sunday.
Exploring Iceland's ancient landscape feels like stepping back in time.
Visit glaciers, waterfalls and lava fields while road tripping along Iceland's 830 mile Ring Road.
How did Finland's education system go from among the worst to the best? CNN.com contributor LZ Ganderson takes a look.
When newly minted West Virginia Schools Superintendent Dr. Steven Paine told parents, teachers and educators in 2005 that he wanted to use Finland as a model for their education system, he got a lot of blank stares: Finland? What, people asked, does West Virginia have to do with Finland?
Norway's official mourning period for victims of a bombing and shooting rampage ended Sunday with a national remembrance ceremony in Oslo.
Norwegian families visit Utoya island where a shooting took the lives of their loved ones. CNN's Atika Shubert reports.
Survivors of a mass shooting attack in Norway returned Saturday for the first time to the island where a gunman went on a rampage a month ago, killing 69 people.
Last year, Vice visited Norway to get a firsthand look at the country's famously progressive prison system. We'd heard stories of lax treatment of hardened criminals, and the most sensational (and entertaining) reports evoked images of wardens and inmates spending their days arm in arm, whistling nursery rhymes while skipping through fields of flowers.
Vice looks at Norway's progressive prison system as the fate of terror suspect Anders Breivik remains to be seen.
The suspect in Norway's July 22 terror attacks has told police he had plans to attack other targets, Norwegian police said Saturday.
A national memorial service for those killed in last week's terror attack is held in Oslo. CNN's Nic Robertson reports.
Norway paid tribute Friday to those killed and wounded in two terror attacks a week ago with a somber memorial service in Oslo organized by the youth movement of the ruling Labour Party.
Colleen McEdwards talks to security expert Anthony Roman about security issues surrounding the Norway terror attack.
A Norwegian mom explains how she helped keep her daughter calm throughout the hour-long gun rampage at Utoya island.
The numbers tell a small part of the story: Eight dead in a bomb blast.
Police are preparing to interview Anders Behring Breivik, the suspect in last week's terrorist attacks, for a second time Friday, Oslo police chief Johan Fredriksen said Thursday.
In Oslo, police begin releasing names of the 76 people killed in a car bombing and shooting spree last week.
Norway's police are facing tough questions over their response to last Friday's terror attacks, in which 76 people died.
AM EXCLUSIVE: Johan Christian Tandberg on his video documenting the aftermath of the weekend bombing in Norway.
Norwegian shooter Anders Behring Breivik may have left an additional murderous legacy.
An independent commission will be set up to examine Friday's terror attacks in which at least 76 people died, Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg announced Wednesday.
Norwegian terror suspect Anders Behring Breivik's lawyer says he had help carrying out the attacks and used drugs.
Norway's prime minister pledged that his country would remain "an open society" in the wake of Friday's massacre in Oslo and a nearby youth camp but said the bloodshed has changed the nation.
Oslo, Norway, is learning how to cope after a homegrown terrorist attacked the city.
CNN's Diana Magnay talks to survivors of a shooting spree that left dozens dead at a political camp for youth in Norway.
Diana Magnay reports on how Norway is mourning the victims of a day of terror.
For Norwegians still in shock from Friday's horrific attacks, there is a sense they have woken up in a country that has "lost its innocence."
This is an excerpt of a video posted on YouTube that appears to be from Norwegian terror suspect Anders Breivik.
The man behind a pair of bloody terror attacks in Norway is set to appear in court Monday, his first such appearance since authorities say he killed at least 93 people by setting off an explosion and gunning down people at a youth camp.
As Norway struggles to come to terms with its greatest loss of life in decades, all eyes are on the man charged in the explosion in central Oslo and the deadly shooting rampage at a youth camp.
Norway's nightmare lasted just over three hours, all in the middle of a summer afternoon.