Some Norwegians object to a planned monument on Utoya island, the site of Breivik's shooting spree.
Anders Behring Breivik’s attacks nearly three years ago caused both a very public, national trauma and untold stories of personal grief in Norway. Now plans for a national memorial for the 69 who died on the Utoya island are being met with protests from people who say they don’t want a daily reminder of what they witnessed on 22 July 2011. Lars Bevanger reports.
A 24-meter glass (80-foot) wall was unveiled in Berlin's Tiergarten on Tuesday, a monument for the round 300,000 people deemed "unworthy of life" and killed by the Nazis in their infamous euthanasia campaign.
Russia views the prospect of a permanent NATO military presence in Eastern Europe as a major threat, according to a senior Kremlin official. The Western alliance has announced plans to beef up its defense strategy.
A commission has ditched an ambitious plan to build a new airport east of London. The plan to locate the airport in the Thames River estuary was backed by London's mayor, but experts found it too expensive to build.
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