FILE - In this Sunday Sept. 14, 2009 file photo Siv Jensen, leader of Norwegian Progress Party, right, speaks during a last pre-election debate watched by Norway's Prime Minister and leader of the ... more 
FILE - In this Sunday Sept. 14, 2009 file photo Siv Jensen, leader of Norwegian Progress Party, right, speaks during a last pre-election debate watched by Norway's Prime Minister and leader of the Norwegian Labour Party, Jens Stoltenberg in Oslo, Norway. The leader of Norway's right-wing Progress Party calls former member Anders Behring Breivik's anti-Muslim views "perversely unique" and not in any way linked to her party. Jensen told AP on Tuesday Aug. 2, 2011 he kept a low profile and never revealed his murderous plans: "It was impossible for us to forsee at the time. He obviously changed in recent years without anyone knowing." She resents being linked to Breivik's views, noting he condems "all political parties in Norway, mine included, because he feels that we are all responsible for what he feels is the wrong development of Norway and Europe." (AP Photo Heiko Junge / Scanpix Norway) ** NORWAY OUT ** less 
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