Norway massacre survivor strives to revive pre-attack memories

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A year after Oslo and the Norwegian island of Utoya saw deadly attacks, many view the island as a place of deep sadness. But one survivor is trying to revive fond, pre-attack memories of Utoya through photos. A place of joy, debate, laughter and song. That’s what Utoya, a small island in Norway’s Lake Tyri, was for years. The Norwegian Labor Party’s youth movement began holding summer camps there in the 1950s. Many of Norway’s senior politicians, including Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, spent their summers on the island when they were young. For some, Utoya was even the place where they found the love of their lives. But Anders Behring Breivik’s deadly attack a year ago Monday has made the…

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