Die jährige Kaja verbringt mit ihrer jüngeren Schwester Emilie ein paar ausgelassene Ferientage in einem Sommercamp auf der norwegischen Insel Utøya. Breivik wurde am frühen Abend des Juli auf Utøya als Tatverdächtiger festgenommen, er gestand die Taten am nächsten Tag und äußerte islamfeindliche. Johannes Dalen Giske transportierte am Juli Anders Behring Breivik nach Utøya.
Utøya: Der Fährmann, der Breivik auf die Insel brachteJohannes Dalen Giske transportierte am Juli Anders Behring Breivik nach Utøya. Die jährige Kaja verbringt mit ihrer kleinen Schwester Emilie die Ferien in einem Sommercamp auf der norwegischen Insel Utøya. Nach einem Streit geht Kaja alleine zum Barbecue und diskutiert angeregt über aktuelle politische Entwicklungen. Juli. |16+ |2 Std. 24 Min.|Kriminalfilme. Basierend auf wahren Ereignissen wird erzählt, wie Überlebende, Trauernde und ganz Norwegen nach dem.
Utoya 22 Juli Navigation menu Video22. JULI - Offizieller Trailer - Netflix Technical Specs. Archived from the original on 15 September Www.Sky.De/Registrieren Despite the fact that Prague has one of the lowest crime rates among European capitals,  Breivik expressed reservations about his personal safety, writing that before his trip there he believed Prague to be a dangerous place with "many brutal and cynical criminals". Retrieved 31 May Ozzy & JackS World Detour there was significant debate in Norway about how an amateur could acquire such substantial amounts of fertiliser and manufacture and place such a lethal weapon in the middle of Regjeringskvartalet all by himself. Even Torkel Dommersnes Soldal Retrieved 24 November Dyb, G. Bandea A Part Pixação French. The compendium contains his militant far-right ideology and xenophobic worldview, which espouses an array of political concepts; including Tatort Pauline for varying degrees of cultural conservatismright-wing populismultranationalismIslamophobiafar-right Zionismand Serbian paramilitarism. Theatrical release poster. What links here Related changes Upload file Special pages Permanent link Page Das Phantom Der Baker Street Deutsch Stream Cite this page Wikidata item. Retrieved 15 March Breivik sie sieht". Schibsted ASA. The Norway attacks, referred to in Norway as 22 July (Norwegian: juli) or as 22/7, were two sequential domestic terrorist attacks by Anders Behring Breivik against the government, the civilian population, and a Workers' Youth League (AUF) summer camp, in which 77 people were killed.. The first attack was a car bomb explosion in Oslo within Regjeringskvartalet, the Date: 22 July ; 9 years ago, Oslo: CEST, . Online Utøya, července. Film Utøya 22 juli je inšpirovaný skutočnými udalosťami, ktoré sa stali v tento tragický deň v r. na nórskom ostrove, keď pravicový politický aktivista Andreas Breivik zabil 77 ľudí - účastníkov letného pobytu účastníkov letného pobytu mládežníckej organizácie Nórskej strany práce. Utøya: 22 iulie Utøya juli Filmul spune povestea despre o fată care trebuie să se ascundă și să supraviețuiască unui terorist de aripa dreaptă în timp ce-și caută sora mai mică în timpul atacurilor teroriste din Norvegia, pe insula Utøya, 22 iulie.
Gut zu wissen: Was Utoya 22 Juli eigentlich Utoya 22 Juli Krankheit! - Gefahr für die AllgemeinheitKauf auf Rechnung Kostenlose Rücksendung. On July 22 more than youths at a political summer camp on an island outside Oslo were attacked by an armed, right-wing extremist. Earlier that day he bombed a Government building in Oslo before making his way to Utøya island. In this first fictional movie about the attack we get to know Kaja (18) and her friends. On 22 July five hundred young people attending a summer camp on the island of Utøya were attacked by a heavily armed right-wing extremist. The murderous attack claimed the lives of 69 victims. It was a trauma that rocked Norway to the core, and still does to this day. The Norway attacks, referred to in Norway as 22 July (Norwegian: juli) or as 22/7, were two sequential domestic terrorist attacks by Anders Behring Breivik against the government, the civilian population, and a Workers' Youth League (AUF) summer camp, in which 77 people were killed. Andrea Berntzen as the fictional lead character, Kaja, in Erik Poppe’s U – July S urvivors of the atrocity on the Norwegian island of Utøya in July will never need reminding of the. Utøya juli, also known as U: 22 July by Erik Poppe is a reenactment of the Breivik Massacre (which happened on the island Utøya on July ) from the perspective of the victims. Out of respect for the victims, the film features fictional characters instead of people actually being there.
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The police therefore had to use their own rigid-hulled inflatable boat RHIB. When Delta boarded the RHIB it took on some water and after a few hundred meters, the engine stopped, probably due to water in the fuel.
Two minutes later they took over a civilian boat that was sent to assist them. The episode was captured on video. Four Delta officers boarded the boat.
Some have criticised the police for not using a helicopter, for not immediately getting into small boats, and for endangering the couple who drove the civilian boat.
The youth was reportedly stripped naked  and locked up in a jail cell, located only meters away from the cell housing the self-confessed killer.
The attacks were the deadliest in Norway since World War II ,   and a survey found that one in four Norwegians knew "someone affected by the attacks".
Eight people were killed in the explosion; the blast, shock wave and debris immediately killed six people, while two others died quickly afterwards from their wounds.
Fewer people than usual were in the area because the bombing took place during July, the usual holiday month for Norwegians,  and since it was Friday afternoon, most government employees had gone home for the weekend.
The scope of what happened at the island was initially very confusing, and the first official figures given was that at least 10 people had been killed.
On 26 July, the Norwegian police began releasing the names and dates of birth of the victims on their website.
Of the 69 people who died at the attack on the island, 57 were killed by one or more shots through the head.
In the aftermath, of the people on the island at the time,  69 people died and at least people had received various physical injuries. Sixty people were transported to surrounding hospitals, 55 with serious to critical injuries.
The people on the island at the time were from all over Norway as well as some visitors from foreign countries. The people who died were from 18 of Norway's 19 counties , and also a woman from Georgia.
Trond Berntsen, an off-duty, unarmed police officer and step-brother of Norway's crown princess Mette-Marit , was the first to be shot dead.
Public broadcaster NRK and several other Norwegian media outlets identified the suspected attacker as Anders Behring Breivik. Following his arrest, Breivik underwent examination by court-appointed forensic psychiatrists , who diagnosed him with paranoid schizophrenia and concluded he had been psychotic at the time of the attacks and was criminally insane.
According to his defense attorney, Breivik initially expressed surprise and felt insulted by the conclusions in the report. He later stated that "this provides new opportunities".
The report from this examination declared Breivik to be sane in April Breivik is linked to a 1,page compendium entitled A European Declaration of Independence bearing the name "Andrew Berwick".
The introductory chapter of the manifesto defining " cultural Marxism " is a copy of Political Correctness: A Short History of an Ideology by the Free Congress Foundation.
The compendium contains his militant far-right ideology and xenophobic worldview, which espouses an array of political concepts; including support for varying degrees of cultural conservatism , right-wing populism , ultranationalism , Islamophobia , far-right Zionism , and Serbian paramilitarism.
Breivik's writings mention the English Defence League , claiming that he had contact with senior members of the EDL, and that a Norwegian version of the group was 'in the process of gaining strength'.
EDL leader Tommy Robinson denounced Breivik and the attack on 26 July and denied any links with the Norwegian.
After being apprehended, Breivik was characterized by police officials as being a right-wing extremist. He has written many posts on the far-right  website document.
According to the current FpU leader Ove Vanebo , Breivik was active early in the s, but he left the party as his viewpoints became more extreme. In his online YouTube video, he expressed admiration of past European leaders who waged war against Islam and Muslims, naming Charles Martel , Richard the Lionheart , El Cid , Vlad the Impaler , Jacques de Molay , Tsar Nicholas , and John III Sobieski.
In the initial hours after the attacks, the group Ansar al-Jihad al-Alami led by Abu Suleiman al-Naser claimed responsibility for the attacks.
King Harald V sent his condolences to the victims and their families, and urged unity. At a press conference the morning after the attacks, Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg and Justice Minister Knut Storberget addressed the country.
Stoltenberg called the attack a "national tragedy" and the worst atrocity in Norway since World War II. Stoltenberg further vowed that the attack would not hurt Norwegian democracy, and said the proper answer to the violence was "more democracy, more openness, but not naivety".
Leaders of Norwegian political parties expressed grief and sent condolences in public statements. On 1 August , Norway's parliament , nominally in recess for the summer, reconvened for an extraordinary session to honour the victims of the attack.
In a departure from parliamentary procedure, both King Harald V and Crown Prince Haakon were present. The president of Norway's Parliament, Dag Terje Andersen , read out loud the names of all 77 victims.
The session was open to the public, but due to limited seating, priority was given to relatives of the deceased. The seven political parties in the parliament agreed to postpone the electoral campaign for local elections , held in September, until mid-August.
Initially, Magnus Ranstorp and other terror experts suspected that foreigners were behind the attacks.
July Commission in The United Nations, the European Union, NATO, and governments around the world expressed their condemnation of the attacks, condolences, and solidarity with Norway.
However, there have also been reports of Western European right-wing populist politicians giving support to the killings or excusing them as a result of multi-culturalism.
Interviewed on a popular radio show, the Italian MEP Francesco Speroni , a leading member of the Lega Nord , the junior partner in Berlusconi's conservative coalition, said: "Breivik's ideas are in defence of western civilisation.
On 25 July , at noon CEST , each of the Nordic countries held a minute of silence to dignify the victims of the two attacks.
Norway's minute of silence stretched to five minutes. The Norwegian media reported criticism against Fox News and its commentator Glenn Beck for their coverage of the attacks.
A number of memorial ceremonies took place following the attacks. A national memorial ceremony took place on 21 August A national memorial stands at Johan Nygaardsvolds plass at Regjeringskvartalet in Oslo.
It was unveiled on 22 July , and is temporary. As of 7 December work is in progress; in January next year a court case is scheduled to continue;  the lawsuit's aim is to block further construction.
Previously, in September an injunction from Ringerike District Court blocked further construction on the memorial; in November, a higher court removed the injunction;    on 30 November a trial that was scheduled for two weeks, started in Ringerike District Court and has been discontinued until January;  Sixteen  neighbors of the construction site are suing to have the work stopped; the litigants are claiming that the memorial will be a [constant] reminder about the terror [of the attack], and they expect that the influx of visitors also will be an added source of strain [on the health of litigants].
I will not have the strength to look at the columns [a design element of the memorial]. The witness is still haunted by the image of the boy, and by the mangled bodies mauled by the bullets of the terrorist, and by his last trip around the island when only the dead were left and the noise had died down except for the sound and lights from unanswered mobile phones [left in the terrain by the victims of the attack].
Another person to testify in court was the current secretary general of AUF , himself a survivor of the attack; he testified that he does not understand the neighbors' angst in regard to the memorial.
When the saviors don't want the memorial so close to [their community or] themselves, then it's shows an extreme lack of empathy and valuation of the rescue work, in my opinion, when one [ The cost for a national memorial [in Hole municipality] has increased ten-fold, previously from A monument at Stensparken in Oslo has been proposed, including metal roses.
The government is scheduled to be a defendant in court during a three-week trial, starting 25 April ;    the underlying lawsuit aims to deny construction at the planned location.
A committee, Kunstutvalget for minnestaden for Such is the intensity of how the memorial is being felt, that physical pain is felt merely by imagining having to face the memorial every day.
The traumatised neighbors re-live the acts of terror through the brutal cut into the mountain slope [ Here his misdeed is carved in stone.
No wonder that fear lies in the reactions. Why must this incurable memorial-wound be inflicted on us, so close to [our bodies or our] life".
Now an encompassing — in regard to ethics and aesthetics — pause for thinking is needed — both for the placement and the final design of the memorial".
Is it [because of] prestige or out of consideration to the artist"? Minister of Local Government and Modernisation has been criticised for announcing — while Breivik was a plaintiff in a 4-day trial — the [current] decision to construct the monument.
If this work of art gives any associations, then they are to terror, death, pain and the inadequacy of society. This is not just a small cut on a point — it is an area of 1.
Others stop the inhabitants and ask what they did that day and how we contributed. We have two schoolbuses that drive back and forth every day on the road just above, others pass on their way to the store, leisure activities, work or municipal centre On 25 April Hole Municipal Council decided to fund Norwegian kroner 25, to Utstranda Velforening , for a proposed lawsuit against the government.
In an 11 June Dagbladet article Hans Normann Dahl was quoted, "The monument itself is incomprehensible, and the idea so crass that it contains a negative and destructive material".
How many places of memorial do we need"? Swedish psychiatrist Per-Olof Michel said "I have been thinking why the government was in such a hurry.
In Sweden one will be unveiling the Tsunami Monument next year — 13 years after the fact. Regarding something that affects so many people, one should let time pass and go thru things again".
Bodil Cappelen said in a Klassekampen article that "Centuries will pass Oh, yes. Here they have cut off a point—from the mountain mama.
A landscape was not that much worth—then". It is difficult not to conclude that these are two completely alike ideas, but I can not from that claim that Dahlberg has plagiarized the work of the two students"; he thinks that it is quite remarkable that [two] ideas, so alike, were found in the same contest and situation, in the same place and at the same time.
Artists are in fact not as daring, as many like to think". The police initially kept the choice of counsel secret after request from the attorney.
Attorney Geir Lippestad elected to act on behalf of Breivik's defense; Breivik had specifically requested that Lippestad become his attorney. On 25 July , Breivik was arraigned in Oslo District Court.
The police feared that Breivik would use the hearing as an opportunity to communicate with possible accomplices. Instead, judge Kim Heger held a press conference shortly afterwards where he read the court's decision.
The debate over which criminal charges to file was fierce. Many police attorneys wanted high treason or crimes against humanity. Nonetheless he pleaded not guilty, stating "I do not recognise this justice system".
The judge ruled in favor of the prosecution, stating "the accused is an imminent danger to society and must be confined for the safety of himself and others.
It is highly probable that he is guilty of the alleged crimes and imprisonment is necessary to prevent destruction of evidence".
In accordance with the prosecution's wishes, Breivik was remanded to eight weeks detention without mail or visitation, four of those in complete isolation, to be renewed no later than 19 September Neither the media nor the public was alerted to the operation.
The police explained that the surprise walk-through was necessary because Breivik will be charged and tried for all 77 murders individually.
The police deemed it less offensive to the survivors to do it now rather than during the trial. Despite the many police boats and helicopters, none of the civilians who had come to lay down flowers on the shore this day perceived what was happening just a few hundred metres across the lake from them for a total of eight hours.
The trial began on 16 April and lasted until 19 June The main issue for Breivik was that he was not to be deemed "insane" or "psychotic", because that would lose the meaning of his message.
On 24 August, Breivik was found to be sane by the panel of five judges. He was sentenced to preventative detention forvaring , a sentence of 21 years in prison which can be repeatedly extended by 5 years as long as he is considered a threat to society.
This is the maximum sentence allowed by Norwegian law, and it is the only way to allow for life imprisonment.
Coop Norway, a chain of retail stores in Norway, removed several games from its shelves as a result of the attack. Als plötzlich Schüsse zu hören sind, halten viele das zuerst für einen Scherz.
Als erste Jugendliche in Panik aus Richtung Ufer fliehen, verbarrikadiert sich die Gruppe um Kaja mit zahlreichen anderen im Haupthaus.
Als dieser Rückzugsort angegriffen wird, flieht Kaja, gemeinsam u. Kaja macht sich Sorgen um ihre Schwester. Sie versucht Emilie erfolglos per Handy zu erreichen, kann aber zwischenzeitlich Kontakt zu ihrer Mutter herstellen.
Als ein weiterer Jugendlicher Schutz bei der Gruppe sucht, gibt er an, dass die Polizei geschossen hätte. Auf dem Zeltplatz trifft Kaja auf einen unter Schock stehenden kleinen Jungen namens Tobias, dem sie rät, in den Wald zu flüchten und seine auffällige Jacke auszuziehen.
Im Zelt findet sie Emilie nicht, aber dafür ihr Handy. Kaja verhält sich ruhig, als die Schüsse zwischenzeitlich aufhören und jemand langsam über den Zeltplatz läuft.
Als die Schüsse erneut beginnen, flüchtet sie sich in den nahen Wald und versteckt sich im Unterholz. Kaja gelingt es, mit ihrem Handy ihre Mutter zu erreichen.
Sie erzählt ihr unter Tränen, dass sie Emilie nicht finden kann und dass sie ihre Eltern liebt. Symptoms such as anger, depression, anxiety, phobias and sleep disorders can also characterise life after the event.
The most important principles were to:. Although figures in picture 4 show a decrease, the number is still significantly higher than for the general population.
Around 60 people who participated in the first interview round had been physically injured. People in this group described more symptoms related to post-traumatic stress reactions than those who had not been physically injured.
Overall, the event had a huge impact on the injured, and they have had greater reactions to these events than those who had not been physically injured.
In order to ensure the best possible chances for learning, it was important to initiate a variety of measures.März gab das Berufungsgericht sein Urteil Lasso Erbarmungslose Jagd, in dem es das Urteil in erster Instanz Lillyhammer, sämtliche Anklagepunkte von Breivik abweist und feststellt, dass Breivik nicht in seinen Menschenrechten verletzt worden sei. Juli gedachten die Bürger Norwegens und der skandinavischen Nachbarländer mit einer Schweigeminute der Opfer. Zudem wirkt er als globaler Demokratiekorrespondent beim Internationalen Dienst der SRG, swissinfo. Die jährige Kaja verbringt mit ihrer kleinen Schwester Emilie die Ferien in einem Sommercamp auf der norwegischen Insel Utøya. Nach einem Streit geht Kaja alleine zum Barbecue und diskutiert angeregt über aktuelle politische Entwicklungen. Er beging am Juli die Anschläge in Oslo und auf der Insel Utøya, bei denen 77 Menschen ums Leben kamen, davon 69 Teilnehmer eines Zeltlagers. Breivik wurde am frühen Abend des Juli auf Utøya als Tatverdächtiger festgenommen, er gestand die Taten am nächsten Tag und äußerte islamfeindliche. Juli erschoss ein rechtsradikaler Amokläufer 69 Jugendliche in einem Ferienlager der sozialdemokratischen Partei auf der norwegischen Insel Utøya.