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History: Utoeya island, Scene of Norway's summer camp massacre

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Frode Berge, leader of the Labour Party in the region of Rogaland, Norway, writes about the importance of the party's summer camp held by his party every year on Utoeya island, scene of Anders Behring Breivik's killing spree. Mr Berge, 45, has previously served in several leading positions within the Labour Party and the AUF. {Pictured is last summer's meeting on the island before the massacre, by BBC News Europe.}

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