Created: Monday, 25 July 2011 00:00
On Friday 22nd July, Norway experienced one of the most tragic events since World War 2. Right before 15:30 a bomb exploded in the Government quarters in the center of Oslo. This event alone, which killed 7 people and damaged buildings throughout the center of our capital, was a tragedy in itself. It was, however, completely overshadowed by the following massacre at the Labour Youth camp at Utøya. The death toll is still not totally clear, but at least 86 people, mainly teenagers and young people, were brutally gunned down and killed, while almost 70 are lying injured in hospitals, some close to death. These coldblooded murders are made far more tragic by the fact that they were aimed at innocent youths and children gathered at their annual summer camp, to discuss political issues and enjoy their summer holiday and each others’ company.
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Created: Thursday, 17 March 2011 15:19
In these days Bahrain is experiencing a hard and difficult times concluded by the issuing of a royal decree by the King of Bahrain on March 15, 2011; which requires imposing martial law; and instructing the General Chief of staff of Bahrain Defense Force to take control of the country for a period of three months, in order to ensure peace and security, and as a result of this action four people were killed and tens were injured until the issuing of this statement.
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