10 Years Since Norway's Darkest Day
Clip: 07/23/2021 | 2m 57s | Video has closed captioning.
Today marks 10 years since Norway’s darkest day, which saw a right-wing terrorist kill 77 people: eight in a bombing in Oslo, and 69 in a rampage on the nearby island of Utoya. Jens Stoltenberg was Norway’s Prime Minister at the time and one of the terrorist’s intended targets. Correspondent Fred Pleitgen sat down with Stoltenberg for a rare personal reflection on the day.
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