Articles by Daniel Tovrov

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Anders Behring Breivik Describes His Massacre In Court

Friday proved to be the most emotional and difficult day so far in the week-old trial against Anders Behring Breivik. Sitting in the Oslo, Norway courtroom for the fifth consecutive day, the far-right extremist was asked to recount the youth camp shooting spree at on Utoya island, where 69 people, most of them teenagers, were shot to death one afternoon last July.

Egypt Protesters Storm Cairo's Oct. 6 Bridge

On Thursday, protestors in Egypt took control of Cairo's Oct. 6 bridge, the cite where over a year ago anti-government demonstrators violently clashed with the forces of then-President Hosni Mubarak.

Bombing Waves Kills Three Dozen In Iraq

Thursday's bombings were the first significant attacks in nearly a month and the deadliest since a series of 30 explosions set by al Qaeda affiliates killed 52 people across the country in March.

Iran: The West Cannot Force Us To Surrender

Iran said that the nuclear negotiations have proved that Western countries are unable to force Iran to surrender and give up its absolute and legitimate rights to use peaceful nuclear energy.

Breivik Insists Knights Templar Is Real

On the third day of this terror trial on Wednesday, Norwegian killer Anders Behring Breivik refused to give details about the members of the Knights Templar, a mysterious militia that police suspect does not exist.

Norway Killer Anders Breivik Testifies: 'They Were Not Innocent'

Tuesday marks the second day of the long-awaited trial against Breivik, who, on July 22, detonated a car bomb outside of Norwegian government headquarters before going on a shooting spree at a Labor party-sponsored summer camp. During his testimony, in which he read from a written statement, the 33-year-old said that his actions were done out of goodness, not evil.

Egypt Sues UK Over Frozen Mubarak Assets

Egypt's Ministry of Justice filed suit against the UK Treasury department on Monday over £90 million ($140 million) in assets frozen during the rule of Hosni Mubarak.

Shoe Bomber's Prison Sentence Cut For Informing

The prison sentence of would-be shoe bomber Saajid Badat was reduced by two years after he agreed to testify against Adis Medunjanin, one of the men who planned on bombing the New York City subway in 2009.

Iran Nuclear Talks: Round Two In Baghdad

The round of nuclear negotiations between Iran and six world powers will take place in Baghdad, Iraq late next month. Following Saturday's discussions in Turkey, Tehran agreed to hold more talks, a landmark step after years of stalled negotiations around the Islamic Republic's developing nuclear program.

US-Philippines Hold War Games In South China Sea

The United States and the Philippines kicked off 11 days of military drills in the South China Sea, an annual event that is especially significant as a territorial dispute between China and the Philippines enters its second week.

Anders Behring Breivik Pleads 'Not Guilty' [VIDEO]

The trial of the home-grown Norwegian killer Anders Behring Breivik began on Monday in Oslo, the same city where last July he detonated a 950-pound bomb outside of government headquarters, killing eight people and injuring 200.

Iran Nuclear Talks Off To 'Completely Different' Start

Months of saber rattling and diplomatic tension between Iran and the rest of the world have led to Saturday's nuclear talks, the first attempt at such negotiations since the last round fell apart 15 months ago. On Saturday, though, an unnamed diplomat told Reuters that the multilateral talks began with a completely different atmosphere than had occurred in previous meeting in early 2011.