Norway youth party camp returns, two years after Breivik
OSLO (AFP) - The youth wing of Norway's Labour Party on Wednesday opened its first summer camp since 2011, the year of a massacre by Anders Behring Breivik that left 69 people dead.
People began gathering Wednesday for the camp which did not take place in 2012 but has this year attracted hundreds more attendees than in 2011.
In a show of defiance by the youth movement, around 800 young Norwegians had signed up, compared with a total of 560 participants two years ago.
"The summer camp will be run as normal to the greatest degree possible," AUF chairman Eskil Pedersen said.