"He is not consistent, and you cannot trust him," Rosenqvist said while appearing as a witness for the prosecution.
Norway has rolled out new mandates limiting public events with unassigned seating to 50 people, as well as limiting private gatherings to 10 people.
The outbreak comes in spite of party attendees having "high vaccination coverage," the Norweigan Institute of Public Health said Thursday.
Lines of people formed late Saturday outside Oslo's bars and restaurants and police recorded at least 50 fights and disturbances throughout the night.
Using tools to dig for food underground was once thought to be a behavior unique to humans.
The average night out costs nearly $80 in New York.
The device was found near a multi-ethnic neighborhood that is home to bars and restaurants.
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.
Gunmen in Kenya abducted a former employee of the Norwegian Refugee Council in 2012.
The Palestinian president may end security cooperation with Israel.
Eight days off from war and weapons could put every child in school, she says.
Barrack rooms and battle drills will be shared as every 17-year-old gets his or her papers in a first for Europe and NATO.
Mullah Krekar is a 'threat to national security' who's served his time. So, where does he go now?
Jens Breivik, father of the man who killed 77 Norwegians in 2011, speaks about a national and personal trauma