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Norway remembers Utoeya victims

Four years after Norwegian gunman Anders Breivik killed dozens of Norwegians at a political summer camp run by the Labour Party, students and activists are back on Utoeya island for the first time.

Among the campers on Thursday night was Nato Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, who was Norway's prime minister at the time.

The BBC's Paul Adams visited the island shortly before the camp started, to see how it looks now and take a look at the memorial to those killed in the massacre.

  • 07 Aug 2015
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