Norway is now in a state of mourning after the two terrorist attacks that killed at least 92 people on Friday. Host Linda Wertheimer speaks with NPR's Terry Shultz about how the country is reacting to the events, and the latest on the search and rescue operation. (03:45)
More details are emerging about the political views of the person who allegedly massacred nearly a hundred people in Norway on Friday. He was not a member of a neo-Nazi party, but did contribute to a right-wing website. Goran Skaalmo of the Norwegian Business Daily offers his insight.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is claiming some modest successes after several days of talks with Asian leaders in Bali, Indonesia. The issues that stood out included territorial disputes in the South China Sea, Myanmar and North Korea.
After three days of talks, Clinton noted that tensions over the South China Sea issue have eased since last year, thanks in part to nonbinding guidelines that China and ASEAN approved Thursday to handle the dispute.