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  • Anders Behring Breivik, left, speaks with a member of his defence team in Oslo’s courtroom on April 25 during his trial for having killed 77 people last July. — AFP photo

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Inauspicious signs all around

THE threat of ‘a stronger movement’ by the leader of the opposition and Bangladesh Nationalist Party chairperson, Khaleda Zia, at the end of the back-to-back countrywide... Full story

Abysmal state of cancer treatment facilities

IT IS indeed appalling that, as the director of the National Institute of Cancer Research and Hospital pointed out in a report published in New Age on Wednesday... Full story

Composure in the face of barbarity

Anders Behring Breivik, left, speaks with a member of his defence team in Oslo’s courtroom on April 25 during his trial for having killed 77 people last July. — AFP photo
ANDERS Behring Breivik carved out a place in the history books of infamy on July 22, 2011, by killing 77 people in a brutal, premeditated massacre unleashed on Norway. Full story


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