Norway mosque attack trial wraps up, verdict next week
Philip Manshaus, 22, is accused of first killing his 17-year-old stepsister by shooting her with a hunting rifle at their home in the Oslo suburb of Baerum on Aug. 10. Authorities say Manshaus then drove to a nearby mosque where three men were preparing for Eid al-Adha celebrations. One person was slightly injured when they jumped on Manshaus inside the mosque. Manshaus, who in court expressed regrets of not having caused more damage, has proven to be an extremely dangerous person," Oeverberg said. Breivik is serving a 21-year prison sentence for carrying out a terror attack.
Norway arrests US white supremacist ahead of far-right conference
Norwegian authorities have arrested a high-profile American white supremacist, hours before he was due to give a speech at a far-right conference in Oslo on Saturday. (INTS Kalnins/Reuters)(CNN) - Norwegian authorities have arrested a high-profile American white supremacist, hours before he was due to give a speech at a far-right conference in Oslo on Saturday. The detained American, Greg Johnson, is editor-in-chief of the white nationalist Counter-Currents Publishing group. "I have always consistently condemned violence and terrorism," Johnson wrote on the Counter Currents Publishing site. Norway has been the target of several far-right terror attacks in recent years.