Norway attack: Students gather at memorial ‘to be together’

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The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Norway attack: Students gather at memorial ‘to be together'” – below is their description.

A candle-lit memorial for the five victims of a bow-and-arrow rampage was attended by locals on Friday in the small town of Kongsberg.

Ingebsorg Spangelo, a local teacher, brought her students to the memorial as they “wanted to be together”.

Kari Anne Sand, mayor of Kongsberg, said: “It’s a nightmare… More and more it comes to us that this really has happened.”

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