Massacre Photos

Massacre - A picture taken on February 6, 2012 shows right-wing extremist Anders Behring Breivik smiling as he arrives in court in Oslo. A Norwegian prosecutor said on March 2, 2012 he was conditionally ready to accept that the gunman who killed 77 people in twin attacks last July 2011 was not criminally responsible, which would allow him to be locked up in a psychiatric ward instead of a prison. Breivik asked on February an Oslo court to release him immediately, explaining that his massacre was a 'preventive attack against state traitors.'

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A picture taken on February 6, 2012 shows right-wing extremist Anders Behring Breivik smiling as he arrives in court in Oslo. A Norwegian prosecutor said on March 2, 2012 he was conditionally ready to accept that the gunman who killed 77 people in twin attacks last July 2011 was not criminally responsible, which would allow him to be locked up in a psychiatric ward instead of a prison. Breivik asked on February an Oslo court to release him immediately, explaining that his massacre was a 'preventive attack against state traitors.'
  • Massacre - A picture taken on February 6, 2012 shows right-wing extremist Anders Behring Breivik smiling as he arrives in court in Oslo. A Norwegian prosecutor said on March 2, 2012 he was conditionally ready to accept that the gunman who killed 77 people in twin attacks last July 2011 was not criminally responsible, which would allow him to be locked up in a psychiatric ward instead of a prison. Breivik asked on February an Oslo court to release him immediately, explaining that his massacre was a 'preventive attack against state traitors.'
  • Massacre - Members of a Mehter team, an Ottoman military band, parade during commemorations for the 20 anniversary of the Khojaly massacre, in which hundreds of ethnic Azerbaijanis were killed by Armenians, on February 26, 2012 in Istanbul.
  • Massacre - This file picture dated 22 December 1999 shows Fouad Boulemia, 29, arriving at the court house of Algiers. Fouad Boulemia, a member of the dissolved Islamic Salvation Front (FIS), was 01 August 2004 evening convicted by the Algiers criminal court of the September 1997 massacre in Bentalha on the eastern outskirts of the city. The main defendant accused of the massacre of at least 240 people in a suburb of Algeria's capital in 1997 has been sentenced to death, state radio reported Monday.


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