Norway marks one year since 77 people were massacred


Memorial services will be held across Norway this weekend for the 77 people killed in twin attacks by Anders Breivik a year ago.

A car-bomb in Oslo killed nine people, while Breivik shot 69 people dead at a political youth camp on the island of Utoeya.

But Norway's handling of the massacre and its aftermath has been very different from other countries facing the threat of terrorism, as Richard Galpin reports.

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