Monday, 25 July 2011
An article in the Figaro today has a quote from a resident of the town next to the island.
At Hole, the small town close to the island of Utoya, where 86 teenagers were killed, some claim they saw the drama coming. "Even here, a conservative, middle-class area with beautiful houses, we've had to accept Chechens and Somalis," explains a man in his 40s. "Among the young Labour party members who were coming to camp on the island, each summer more and more of them are immigrants. It's a huge change, especially for the older people among us. We don't recognise our own country any more."
Source: Figaro




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