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Father of Tamta Liparteliani will be interrogated today
10:25 11.05.2012
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The Court trail of Anders Breivik will continue today.

Avtandil Liparteliani, father of Tamar Liparteliani killed on the island Utoya, is already in Norway.

Avtandil Liparteliani will be interrogated at the trail. He demands the life-sentence for Breivik.

We will recall you that, Breivik carried out the terrorist attack in Oslo, after what he opened a fire to the group of adults on the Utoya island. Among the 77 killed persons, there was Georgian girl – Tamar Liparteliani too.

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