A Norwegian court ruled on Tuesday that far-right anti-Muslim neo-Nazi, Anders Breivik, who killed 77 people in 2011, must remain in prison. Al Jazeera reports that Breivik faced a parole hearing where he professed white supremacist views and flashed Nazi salutes on the hearing’s opening day, while claiming to have renounced violence, but the court said he remains a potential threat and could not be taken at his word when he said he would no longer commit acts of violence.
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