Utoya massacre survivors fear right-wing surge ahead of Norway election

  • by: MARK LEWIS , Associated Press
  • Updated: September 8, 2013 - 1:30 AM

STAVANGER, Norway — Norway's center-left Labor Party rode a wave of sympathy in local elections following the 2011 massacre of 69 people, mostly teenagers, at its youth division's annual summer camp. At the same time, the anti-immigration Progress Party, to which the Islam-hating attacker had once belonged, saw its support crumble by a third, despite unequivocally condemning the attack.

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