Tore Bjorgo

Norwegian Police University College

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Professor of Police Science at the Norwegian Police University College and author of Leaving Terrorism Behind: Individual and Collective Disengagement

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The death toll from  last week's bombing and shootings  in Norway is now said to be 76 and the names of the victims are being released.

Islamophobia Turns into Mass Murder in Norway

The death toll from last week's bombing and shootings in Norway is now said to be 76 and the names of the victims are being released.

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The death toll from  last week's bombing and shootings  in Norway is now said to be 76 and the names of the victims are being released.

Mass Murder in Norway and the Spread of Multiculturalism

The death toll from last week's bombing and shootings in Norway is now said to be 76 and the names of the victims are being released.

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