May's promise to make a "success" of Brexit is unfulfillable, something she must know.
An Oslo court found Breivik's treatment was inhumane on April 20.
A recent ruling in Oslo is yet another strike against a form of punishment that reeks of medievalism.
Breivik murdered 77 people in two attacks—a bombing and a mass shooting—in 2011.
Paris has followed in the footsteps of Sweden, Norway and Iceland with its new bill.
The gesture was made in protest of the apparently "inhumane" conditions Breivik was kept in.
Gunmen in Kenya abducted a former employee of the Norwegian Refugee Council in 2012.
The new release of ISIS's propaganda magazine publishes photos purporting to be bodies of hostages.
The campaign aims to warn refugees about government cuts to social benefits.
"Is anyone missing some hashish?"
Ole Johan Grimsgaard-Ofstad and Fan Jinghui were identified in an ISIS magazine alongside ransom demands late Wednesday.
Petter Stordalen owns Scandinavia's largest hotel chain with 170 hotels in five countries.
1,000 plus youth arrive on the island where 69 were shot and killed by Anders Behring Breivik.
The attack was the worst peacetime atrocity in Norway's history.
Eight days off from war and weapons could put every child in school, she says.