Europe Why are Norwegian police so slow to respond to emergencies?

Police were already under fire for their slow response during Anders Behring Breivik's 2011 attacks. And it took them more than an hour to arrive at the scene of Monday's bus hijacking.

By , Correspondent

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This week's bus massacre in Norway has unleashed a debate into why the country still appears unprepared to handle serious emergencies – two years after the unprecedented terrorist attack that killed 77.