Norway youth camp held 4 years after massacre

Hundreds of youths gather on Utoya,Norway. They are attending the first Labor youth camp to be held on the island since dozens were killed in a bloody massacre four years ago.

A record number of students have enrolled for three days of seminars. The summer camp is sponsored by the Labor Party's youth wing, the AUF. Some of the participants include survivors of an attack that left 69 people dead.

In July 2011, far-right extremist Anders Behring Breivik gunned down dozens of teenagers when he opened fire on a gathering of the AUF. Breivik later said he wanted to wipe out future leaders of the Labor Party, Norway's dominant political force. He blamed the party for the rise of multiculturalism in the country.