The terror of panic

Published in The Foreigner, by Jenny Klinge

Norway was hit by the biggest terrorist attack the country has experienced since World War II on 22 July 2011. Terror strikes suddenly and randomly, but it is important not to panic when considering new counter-terrorism measures.

A special commission of investigation has been set up that will present its conclusions next year. It has been tasked to inquire into all aspects of the twin assaults that left 77 dead, and the government response to it. This also includes preparedness and routines within the police system.

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