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By Reuters

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UTOEYA, NORWAY (JULY 22, 2012) (REUTERS) UTOEYA ISLAND SEEN BEHIND MOORED BOATS BOAT HEADING TOWARDS UTOEYA ISLAND DOCK FORMER NORWEGIAN PRIME MINISTER, GRO HARLEM BRUNDTLAND, TALKING TO JOURNALIST (SOUNDBITE) (English) FORMER NORWEGIAN PRIME MINISTER, GRO HARLEM BRUNDTLAND, SAYING: "This morning, or this middle of the day, when we came, the sun was shining on the island. It was like Utoeya before the tragedy. But it is after the tragedy; however the memories, all the nice and good and wonderful memories of all the meetings with young people over many, many years came back to me more than they had in the last year. Because, in the last year, everything in my mind has been the black Friday of one year ago." CLOSE OF BRUNDTLAND'S EYES (SOUNDBITE) (English) FORMER NORWEGIAN PRIME MINISTER, GRO HARLEM BRUNDTLAND, SAYING: "It was a determined, I think, atmosphere that the young people made over there. It was permitted also to applaud, to smile, to sing. So it was not as terrible as I had feared." NORWEGIAN FLAG (SOUNDBITE) (English) FORMER NORWEGIAN PRIME MINISTER, GRO HARLEM BRUNDTLAND, SAYING: "You know, there are so many people affected directly, that to put behind you is not something that will happen after a year. And we still have, even the court decision is coming in August, the discussion about the preparations, what went wrong on the 22nd of July, all of that is there in front of us. It is going to take more time, definitely." LEADER OF THE YOUTH WING OF THE LABOUR PARTY (AUF), ESKIL PEDERSEN, TALKING TO MEDIA CLOSE OF PEDERSEN'S EYES 11 (SOUNDBITE) (English) LEADER OF THE YOUTH WING OF THE LABOUR PARTY (AUF), ESKIL PEDERSEN, SAYING: "So to come together to mark that it has been a year that has gone by is a special experience but an important experience and I think we did the best of it. We were together, which is important, we had the possibility to show your emotions, your feelings about what happened, and at the same time we had the message that we have to continue living our lives." CLOSE OF EYES (SOUNDBITE) (English) LEADER OF THE YOUTH WING OF THE LABOUR PARTY (AUF), ESKIL PEDERSEN, ANSWERING QUESTION ON DENVER CINEMA SHOOTING, SAYING: "Well to the community around I would say that sorrow is easier to go through if you share it with other people. So people need to be there for all those affected by the shootings. You have to see them, hug them, be with them, talk to them. I think for everyone who experiences such dreadful things, losing people that you love, it helps just a bit that people see them and contact them." CLOSE OF HANDS (SOUNDBITE) (English) LEADER OF THE YOUTH WING OF THE LABOUR PARTY (AUF), ESKIL PEDERSEN, SAYING: "At the same time, I think that we have to both be able to express our sorrow at the same time as we say out loud and decide for ourselves that we need to continue to live our life so that we can honour the people who were killed." BOATS GETTING READY TO GO TO ISLAND NORWEGIAN PRIME MINISTER, JENS STOLTENBERG ARRIVING TO GO TO ISLAND TO LAY FLOWERS WOMAN TAKING PHOTOGRAPH STOLTENBERG GREETING PEOPLE WITH A ROSE VARIOUS OF BOAT LEAVING
Dateline: 2012

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