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Norway in mourning after massacre

The nation looks to rally after a bombing and shooting spree leaves 77 people dead.

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Image: EXCLUSIVE: SUSPECT RECREATES UTOYA SHOOTING FOR POLICE

13 August 2011 - Utoya, Norway - EXCLUSIVE - Under heavily armored police guard, Anders Behring Breivik was back at Utoya to reconstruct his terror actions during a shooting spree on the island. He is being charged with killing 76 people attending a summer camp and he is also being charged with planting a bomb outside government offices in Oslo. Breivik (in red T-shirt) was tied with a rope. Photo Credit: Trond Solberg/VG/Scanpix Norway/Sipa Press**MUST CALL FOR MINIMUM FEE BEFORE USE***/1108151441
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Image: Norwegian police escort Anders Behring Breivik back to Utoeya island

Norwegian police escort Anders Behring Breivik (in red) back to Utoeya island August 13, 2011. Norwegian police took confessed mass killer Breivik back to the island on Saturday to stage a reconstruction of his hour-long slaughter of 69 people there three weeks ago. Picture taken August 13. REUTERS/Trond Solberg / VG/Scanpix (NORWAY - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY) NO THIRD PARTY SALES. NOT FOR USE BY REUTERS THIRD PARTY DISTRIBUTORS. NORWAY OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN NORWAY
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Image: EXCLUSIVE: SUSPECT RECREATES UTOYA SHOOTING FOR POLICE

13 August 2011 - Utoya, Norway - EXCLUSIVE - Under heavily armored police guard, Anders Behring Breivik was back at Utoya to reconstruct his terror actions during a shooting spree on the island. He is being charged with killing 76 people attending a summer camp and he is also being charged with planting a bomb outside government offices in Oslo. Breivik (in red T-shirt) was tied with a rope. Photo Credit: Trond Solberg/VG/Scanpix Norway/Sipa Press**MUST CALL FOR MINIMUM FEE BEFORE USE***/1108151441
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Relatives and friends of the Norway attack victim Tamta Liparteliani gather near a coffin during a funeral in Kutaisi, western Georgia, Saturday, August 6, 2011. Tamta, a Georgian student, was one of the victims on Utoya island, where gunman Anders Behring Breivik killed at least 68 people. (AP Photo/Shakh Aivazov)
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Image: Norway's Prime Minister Stoltenberg comforts a relative of Mona Abdninur during her funeral ceremony in Hoeybraeten

Norway's Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg comforts a relative of Mona Abdninur, 18, during her funeral ceremony in Hoeybraeten, near Oslo August 2, 2011. Abdninur was one of the 77 people massacred in attacks of the anti-Islam zealot Anders Behring Breivik in July. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (NORWAY - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW OBITUARY)
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Image: A combination photo shows 21 of the 76 victims killed in the July 22 bomb attack in central Oslo and shooting rampage in Utoeya island

A combination photo shows 21 of the 76 victims killed in the July 22 bomb attack in central Oslo and shooting rampage in Utoeya island. First row from left are: Silje Merete Fjellbu (17) from Tinn, Birgitte Smetbak (15) from Noetteroey, Margrethe Boeyum Kloeven (16) from Baerum, Bano Abobakar Rashid (18) from Nesodden, Hanne Fjalestad (43) from Lunner, Diderik Aamodt Olsen (19) from Nesodden and Kjersti Berg Sand (26) from Nord-Oda. Second row from left are: Sharidyn Meegan Ngahiwi Svebakk-Boehn, Guro Vartdal Haavoll (18) from Oersta, Syvert Knudsen (17) from Lyngdal, Simon Saeboe (18) from Salangen, Haakon Oedegaard (17) from Trondheim, Johannes Buoe (14) from Mandal and Eivind Hovden (15) from Tokke. Third row from left are: Sondre Furseth Dale (17) from Haugesund, Sverre Flaate Bjoerkavaag (28) from Sula, Gizem Dogan (17) from Trondheim, Dupe Ellen Awoyemi (15) from Drammen, Silje Stamneshagen (18) from Askoey, Tove Aashill Knutsen (56) from Oslo and Rolf Christopher Johansen Perreau (25) from Trondheim. REUTERS/Scanpix/Handout (NORWAY - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW OBITUARY IMAGES OF THE DAY) NORWAY OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN NORWAY
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Image:  close friend of Bano Rashid (18), one of the victims of the massacre on the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party walks ahead of her coffin carrying her portrait as they make their way to her gravesite at Nesodden Kirke

TOPSHOTS A close friend of Bano Rashid (18), one of the victims of the massacre on the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party walks ahead of her coffin carrying her portrait as they make their way to her gravesite at Nesodden Kirke south of the Norwegian capital Oslo on July 29, 2011. Norway was burying today the first victims of the twin attacks that killed 76 people exactly one week before, as police questioned the killer for a second time. Police said prosecutors had appointed two psychiatrists to assess the mental health of Anders Behring Breivik, 32, and determine if he is criminally responsible.Norway was burying Friday the first victims of the twin attacks that killed 76 people exactly one week before, as police questioned the killer for a second time. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN (Photo credit should read ODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty Images)
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A mourner weeps during the funeral service for Bano Abobakar Rashid, 18, the first victim of the shooting rampage at Utoeya to be buried, at a church in Nesodden, near Oslo, Norway, Friday July 29, 2011. Rashid, whose family fled to Norway from Iran in 1996, was one of the victims on Utoya island, where gunman Anders Behring Breivik killed at least 68 people, exactly one week ago. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)
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Mourners gather in a circle to console themselves prior to the funeral procession of Bano Abobakar Rashid, 18, the first victim of the shooting rampage at Utoeya to be buried, during her funeral at a church in Nesodden, near Oslo, Norway, Friday July 29, 2011. Rashid, whose family fled to Norway from Iran in 1996, was one of the victims on Utoya island, where gunman Anders Behring Breivik killed at least 68 people, exactly one week ago. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)
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Image: People pay their respects for the victims in last Friday's killing spree and bomb attack, at a temporary memorial site on the shore in front of Utoeya island

People pay their respects for the victims in last Friday's killing spree and bomb attack, at a temporary memorial site on the shore in front of Utoeya island northwest of Oslo, July 27, 2011. The Norwegian anti-Islamic zealot who killed 76 people claims he worked with others, but finding far-right groups in their mainly online haunts will be tough for police who for years gave Islamist militants top priority. Police and experts point to the Internet's role in spreading the racist material that shaped killer Anders Behring Breivik's extreme views, but also highlight the difficulty in policing dynamic online forums without undermining civil liberties. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (NORWAY - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
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A family drops red roses from their boat into the sea close to Utoya island, near Oslo, Norway, Tuesday, July 26, 2011, where gunman Anders Behring Breivik killed at least 76 people. The defense lawyer for Anders Behring Breivik said Tuesday his client's case suggests he is insane, adding that someone has to take the job of defending him but that he will not take instructions from his client. Geir Lippestad told reporters that the suspect in the bombing on the capital and the brutal attack on a youth camp that killed at least 76 people is not aware of the death toll or of the public's response to the massacre that has rocked the country. (AP Photo/Ferdinand Ostrop)
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Image: A sea of flowers and lit candles are placed in memory of those killed in Friday's bomb and shooting attack in front of Oslo Cathedral

A sea of flowers and lit candles are placed in memory of those killed in Friday's bomb and shooting attack in front of Oslo Cathedral July 25, 2011. At least 100,000 people, many carrying white or red roses, rallied in Oslo on Monday to show support for victims of attacks that killed 76 people, police said. Picture taken with fish-eye lens. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (NORWAY - Tags: DISASTER CRIME LAW IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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People comfort each other outside Oslo City Hall as they participate in a "rose march" in memory of the victims of Friday's bomb attack and shooting massacre Monday July 25, 2011. Anders Behring Breivik has admitted bombing Norway's capital and opening fire on a political youth group retreat, but he entered a plea of not guilty, saying he wanted to save Europe from Muslim immigration. Police announced Monday that they had dramatically overcounted the number of people slain in a shooting spree at a political youth group's island retreat and were lowering the confirmed death toll from 86 to 68. (AP Photo/Erlend Aas, Scanpix Norway) NORWAY OUT
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Image: People gather outside Oslo City Hall to participate in a "rose march" in memory of the victims of Friday's bomb attack and shooting massacre

People gather outside Oslo City Hall to participate in a "rose march" in memory of the victims of Friday's bomb attack and shooting massacre, Norway, Monday, July 25, 2011. Anders Behring Breivik has admitted bombing Norway's capital and opening fire on a political youth group retreat, but he entered a plea of not guilty, saying he wanted to save Europe from Muslim immigration. Police announced Monday that they had dramatically overcounted the number of people slain in a shooting spree at a political youth group's island retreat and were lowering the confirmed death toll from 86 to 68. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)
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Image: Vigil Held After Twin Attacks By Lone Extremist

OSLO, NORWAY - JULY 25: Elizabeth Amundsen, 16, holds a rose and cries as thousands of people gather at a memorial vigil following Friday's twin extremist attacks on July 25 ,2011 in Oslo, Norway. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, claimed that he has "two more cells" working with him as he appeared in court today following a bomb blast at a government building in Oslo and a shooting massacre on nearby Utoya Island that killed at least 76 people in all. The death toll was originally reported as 93. Breivik has been detained for eight weeks, four of which in full isolation.(Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)
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epa02841539 Thousands of people hold up roses as they take part in the 'Rose March' in Oslo, Norway, 25 July 2011. Hundreds of thousands of Norwegians packed city centres across the country 25 July evening to pay tribute to the 76 people killed in twin attacks last week. 'This evening the streets are filled with love,' Crown Prince Haakon said in remarks at the square outside Oslo City Hall. He urged the huge crowd to work for tolerance and freedom, while Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg said, 'Evil can kill a human being but never defeat a people'. More than 100,000 people were gathered in central Oslo, forcing organizers to cancel plans to march through the city to the cathedral where the rows of flowers continued to grow by the hour. The so-called 'rose rally' was the result of an impromptu call posted on Facebook at the weekend. The Oslo district court Monday ordered Anders Behring Breivik remanded in custody for eight weeks on suspicion of the two attacks, including a bomb explosion that targeted government offices killing eight people. EPA/JOERG CARSTENSEN
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Image: Norway Recovers From Aftermath Of Terror Attacks As Gunman Appears In Court

UTOYA, NORWAY - JULY 25: Police continue searches on Utoya island, following Friday's twin extremist attacks, on July 25, 2011 in Utoya, Norway. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, claimed that he has 'two more cells' working with him as he appeared in court today following a bomb blast at a government building in Oslo and a shooting massacre on nearby Utoya Island that killed at least 76 people in all. The death toll was originally reported as 93. Breivik has been detained for eight weeks, four of which in full isolation. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)
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Image: Breivik, man accused of a killing spree and bomb attack in Norway, sits in the rear of a vehicle as he is transported in a police convoy in Oslo

REFILE - CLARIFYING BYLINE Norwegian Anders Behring Breivik (L), the man accused of a killing spree and bomb attack in Norway, sits in the rear of a vehicle as he is transported in a police convoy as he is leaving the courthouse in Oslo July 25, 2011. A judge ordered eight weeks detention on Monday for Breivik who has admitted a bombing and shooting massacre that killed about 90 people and who claimed in court to have two more groups of collaborators. Custody, in line with prosecutors' request, will allow them to investigate the case against Breivik, 32, an anti-Islamic zealot who has previously claimed sole responsibility for Friday's attacks. The custody can be extended. MANDATORY CREDIT. REUTERS/Jon-Are Berg-Jacobsen/Aftenposten via Scanpix (NORWAY - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST IMAGES OF THE DAY) MANDATORY CREDIT. NORWAY OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN NORWAY
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Image: People stand outside the courthouse where Norwegian defendant Breivik is due to appear in Oslo

People stand outside the courthouse where Norwegian defendant Anders Behring Breivik, the man accused of a killing spree and bomb attack in Norway, is due to appear in Oslo July 25, 2011. Breivik, 32, has said through his lawyer that he wants to tell Norway and the world why he killed at least 93 people in a bomb attack in Oslo's government district and shooting rampage at a youth summer camp of Norway's ruling Labour party on the island of Utoeya, but a judge ruled that Monday's custody hearing would be closed to the public. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORWAY - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST)
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A boy lights a candle to pay tribute to victims of Friday's twin attacks in central Oslo, Norway, Monday, July 25, 2011. The man who confessed to the twin attacks that killed 93 people in Norway will be arraigned in court Monday and has requested an open hearing for his first appearance so that he can explain his massacre to the public. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)
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Image: Vigil Held After Twin Attacks By Lone Extremist

OSLO, NORWAY - JULY 25: Norway's HH Princess Martha Louise (L) and HRH Norway's Crown Princess Mette-Marit (R) react while listening to a speech as hundreds of thousands of people gather at a memorial vigil following Friday's twin extremist attacks, July 25, 2011 in Oslo, Norway. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, claimed that he has "two more cells" working with him as he appeared in court today following a bomb blast at a government building in Oslo and a shooting massacre on nearby Utoya Island that killed at least 76 people in all. The death toll was originally reported as 93. (Photo by Paula Bronstein /Getty Images)
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Survivors from the shooting at the island of Utoya walk along a street in central Oslo, Norway, Monday, July 25, 2011. An Oslo district court judge decides to hold the arraignment for the suspect in the twin attacks in Norway behind closed doors, depriving him of the platform he's looking for to air his belief that Europe must be saved from Muslim colonization. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)
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Image: A couple react as they pay their respects at a sea of floral tributes for the victims of Friday's attacks, outside the cathedral of Oslo

A couple react as they pay their respects at a sea of floral tributes for the victims of Friday's attacks, outside the cathedral of Oslo July 25, 2011. Anders Behring Breivik wants to tell Norway and the world why he killed at least 93 people in a bomb attack and shooting rampage, but prosecutors have asked for Monday's custody hearing to be closed to the public. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORWAY - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
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People, including relatives of a victim in the center of the picture, gather to observe a minute's silence on a campsite jetty on the Norwegian mainland, across the water from Utoya island, where people have been placing floral tributes in memory of those killed in the shooting massacre on the island in Norway, Monday, July 25, 2011. An Oslo district court judge decides to hold the arraignment for the suspect in the twin attacks in Norway behind closed doors, depriving him of the platform he's looking for to air his belief that Europe must be saved from Muslim colonization. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)
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Image: People stand in front of the Domkirke church in central Oslo

epa02840853 People stand in front of the Domkirke church in central Oslo, Norway, 25 July 2011. The bombing of government buildings in Oslo and the subsequent shooting spree at a political youth camp on Utoya island on 22 July 2011 have claimed more than 90 lives with the death toll still feared to rise. EPA/JOERG CARSTENSEN
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French police officers work around the house of Jens Breivik, the father of Anders Behring Breivik, in Cournanel, southern France, Monday, July 25, 2011. Anders Behring Breivik is a suspect in a bombing in Oslo and a shooting on a nearby island which occurred on Friday, July 22, 2011. (AP Photo/Bob Edme)
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Image: Norwegian PM Stoltenberg hugs Queen Sonja as King Harald looks on outside the government building in Oslo

Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg (L) hugs Queen Sonja as King Harald (R) looks on outside the government building in Oslo July 24, 2011. Norwegian police searched for more victims and a possible second gunman on Saturday after a suspected right-wing zealot killed up to 98 people in a shooting spree and bomb attack. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (NORWAY - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW ROYALS)
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epa02839874 Three roses swim in the Tyrifjord near a makeshift memorial for the victims of the massacre on Utoya island, in Utvika, Norway, 24 July 2011. The bombing of government buildings in Oslo and the subsequent shooting spree at a political youth camp on Utoya island on 22 July 2011 have claimed more than 90 lives. EPA/BRITTA PEDERSEN
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Image: Norway Copes With Aftermath Of Extremist Attacks

OSLO,NORWAY -JULY 24 : Friends and loved ones gather at the Oslo cathedral to mourn 93 victims killed in twin terror attacks from a bombing in downtown Oslo and a mass shooting on Utoya island on July 24 ,2011in Oslo, Norway. So far seven people have been confirmed dead from the bomb attack and 85 on Utoya. Norwegian Anders Behring Breivik has confessed saying that he acted alone though he has not pleaded guilty. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)
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Image: Rescue personnel continue in their search for the missing in Tyrifjor lake, just off Utoeya island

Rescue personnel continue in their search for the missing in Tyrifjor lake, just off Utoeya island July 24, 2011. At least 92 people are dead after a gunman dressed in police uniform opened fire at a youth camp of Norway's ruling political party on Friday in Utoeya island, hours after a bomb blast in the government district in the capital Oslo. According to local media, four or five participants at the youth camp are still unaccounted for. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (NORWAY - Tags: CONFLICT SOCIETY LAW)
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Image: Survivors and relatives of a shooting rampage on the Utoeya island mourn following a memorial service in Oslo cathedral

Survivors and relatives of a shooting rampage on the Utoeya island mourn following a memorial service in the Oslo cathedral July 24, 2011. A right-wing zealot who admitted to bomb and gun attacks in Norway that killed 92 people on Friday claims he acted alone, Norway's police said on Sunday. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (NORWAY - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW DISASTER)
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epa02839498 German Marcel Gleffe stands on Utvika camping ground in front of Utoya island, Norway, 24 July 2011. According to news sources, Gleffe, who has a military background, saved up to 30 youths from the Utoya island shooting. Reports state that he was on holiday with his family at a campground across the water from Utoya when he heard the gunfire. He and others reportedly jumped into boats and began ferrying people escaping the island to safety. The bombing of government buildings in Oslo and the subsequent shooting spree at a political youth camp on Utoya island on 22 July 2011 have claimed more than 90 lives, with the death toll still feared to rise. EPA/BRITTA PEDERSEN
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Image: Norway attacks in Oslo and Utoya Island

epa02839422 Adrian Pracon, one of the survivors of the Utoeya island massacre on 22 July, speaks 24 July 2011 from his bed at Ringerike hospital about his harrowing experience. He pretended to be dead, and thus saved his life with a gunshot wound in his shoulder. The death toll in the twin attacks in Norway rose to 93 after one of the victims died at an Oslo hospital, broadcaster NRK said. A 32-year-old man has been charged with the 22 July shooting spree that has now claimed at least 86 lives. The accused - named by Norwegian media as Anders Behring Breivik - has also been charged with a bombing hours earlier in central Oslo that killed seven people. Oslo police chief Sveinung Sponheim told reporters that about 100 people had been treated for injuries resulting from the two attacks. EPA/Steinar Schjetne NORWAY OUT
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- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / FACEBOOK - YOUTUBE" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - A combination of images grabbed on Facebook (at R) and on YouTube (the four others) shows Anders Behring Breivik, the man identified by Norwegian police as the gunman and alleged bomber behind the attack on government buidlings and the Labour party youth camp in Oslo on July 22 , 2011. Anders Behring Breivik, the suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said on Juy 24, 2011, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, was arrested for allegedly shooting at least 85 people dead on the island and killing seven more in a car bomb explosion which ripped through central Oslo. AFP PHOTO / FACEBOOK - YOUTUBE (Photo credit should read HO/AFP/Getty Images)
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Image: People light candles near Utoeya island

The Utoeya island, 40km south west of Oslo is seen in the background as people light candles on July 23, 2011 in memory of the victims of July 22 shooting spree on the island. Norwegian police said they were questioning a right-wing suspect today over the massacre of 92 people in twin attacks that the prime minister said had turned an island paradise into hell on earth. AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND (Photo credit should read JONATHAN NACKSTRAND/AFP/Getty Images)
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Image: Members of the police and army carry out searches on a farm rented by Anders Behring Breivik in the small rural region of Rena

Members of the police and army carry out searches on a farm rented by Anders Behring Breivik in the small rural region of Rena, 150 km (93 miles) north of Oslo, July 23, 2011. Breivik was arrested after Friday's massacre of young people on a tiny forested holiday island that was hosting the annual summer camp for the youth wing of Norway's ruling Labour party. The 32-year-old Norwegian was also charged for the bombing of Oslo's government district that killed seven people hours earlier. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORWAY - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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Image: Family members and survivors react as Norwegian King Harald and Queen Sonja arrive to comfort them outside a hotel northwest of Oslo

Family members and survivors react as Norwegian King Harald and Queen Sonja (not seen) arrive to comfort them outside a hotel northwest of Oslo July 23, 2011. The king and queen have arrived at the hotel where survivors and family members are staying after 84 people were shot to death on Friday at a Labor Party youth camp at Utoeya island. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (NORWAY - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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Image: Norway attacks in Oslo and Utoya Island

epa02837710 A boat (L) of the rescue services is seen near the bodies of victims covered with white blankets resting at the shore of Utoya island following a 22 July shooting spree at the island, west of the capital Oslo, Norway, 23 July 2011. A Norwegian man was charged 23 July with carrying out twin attacks that claimed at least 91 lives 22 July, police said. The 32-year-old, that authorities have not identified, was arrested by special forces at the Utoya island, west of the capital Oslo. The death toll at Utoya could rise as police continue to search for victims, Oslo deputy police chief said. EPA/KRISTOFFER OEVERLI ANDERSEN NORWAY OUT, ALTERNATIVE CROP
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Image: Youths are escorted away from campsite in Utoeya

Youths are escorted away from a camp site in Utoeya July 23, 2011. A gunman dressed in police uniform shot dead at least 84 people at a youth summer camp of Norway's ruling political party, hours after a bomb killed seven in the government district in the capital Oslo. Witnesses said the gunman, identified by police as a 32-year-old Norwegian who they believed was also linked to the bombing, moved across the small, wooded Utoeya holiday island on Friday firing at random as young people scattered in fear. REUTERS/Morten Edvardsen/Scanpix (NORWAY - Tags: CRIME LAW IMAGES OF THE DAY) FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. IT IS DISTRIBUTED, EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS. NORWAY OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES INNORWAY
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Image: Shattered windows of a government building are seen in Oslo

The shattered windows of a government building are seen in Oslo, following Friday's bombing, July 23, 2011. A suspected far-right gunman in police uniform killed at least 84 people in a ferocious attack on a youth summer camp of Norway's ruling Labour party, hours after a bomb killed seven in Oslo. Witnesses said the gunman, identified by police as a 32-year-old Norwegian, moved across the small, wooded island of Utoeya in a lake northwest of Oslo on Friday, firing at young people who scattered in panic or tried to swim to safety. REUTERS/Vegard Grott/Scanpix (NORWAY - Tags: CRIME LAW IMAGES OF THE DAY) NORWAY OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN NORWAY. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. IT IS DISTRIBUTED, EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS. NORWAY OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES INNORWAY
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Image: People mourn in Oslo for shooting victims

People gather outside the Oslo Cathedral to mourn and show their respect for the victims of the July 22 shooting at a Norwegian Labour Youth League camp, in front of flowers and candles on July 23, 2011. Police said they were questioning a Christian fundamentalist Saturday over twin attacks on a youth camp and the government headquarters that killed 91 people in Norway's deadliest post-war tragedy. As harrowing testimony emerged from the holiday island where scores of youngsters were mown down by a gunman dressed as a policeman, Norway's premier said the country would emerge stronger from the "cruel act of violence". AFP PHOTO / JAN JOHANNESSEN (Photo credit should read Jan Johannessen/AFP/Getty Images)
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Image: People embrace inside a hotel where relatives of victims and survivors of a shooting which took place at a meeting of the youth wing of Norway's ruling Labour Partyon on Utoeya island gather in Sundvollen

People embrace inside a hotel where relatives of victims and survivors of the shooting which took place at a meeting of the youth wing of Norway's ruling Labour Party on Utoeya island gather in Sundvollen, July 22, 2011. A bomb ripped through Oslo's central government district on Friday and a gunman dressed as a policeman then opened fire at a youth camp on a nearby island, killing at least 17 people altogether. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (NORWAYCONFLICTCIVIL POLITICS - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
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Image: Emergency services are seen on Utoeya island after a shooting took place at a meeting of the youth wing of Norway's ruling Labour Party

Emergency services are seen on Utoeya island after a shooting took place at a meeting of the youth wing of Norway's ruling Labour Party, July 22, 2011. A bomb ripped through Oslo's central government district on Friday and a gunman dressed as a policeman then opened fire at a youth camp on a nearby island, killing at least 17 people altogether. REUTERS/Truls Brekke (NORWAY - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST)
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A wounded woman is brought ashore opposite Utaoya island (in the distance) after being rescued from a gunman who went on a killing rampage targeting participants in a Norwegian Labour Party youth organisation event on the island, some 40 km southwest of Oslo, on July 22 , 2011. At least 17 were killed in Friday's attacks in Norway, a bombing in central Oslo and a series of shootings on the island, and the figure could rise, a senior police officer said. Police had also found explosives on the island of Utoeya, where a gunman opened fire on young people at a summer camp organised by the ruling Labour Party, Sveinung Sponheim, acting commissioner for Oslo police, told reporters. AFP PHOTO / Svein Gustav Wilhelmsen -- NORWAY OUT SWEDEN OUT DENMARK OUT -- (Photo credit should read Svein Gustav Wilhelmsen/AFP/Getty Images)
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A swat team aim their weapons while people take cover during a shoot out at Utoeya island, some 40 km south west of the capital Oslo on July 22, 2011. At least 17 were killed in Friday's attacks in Norway, a bombing in central Oslo and a series of shootings on an island just outside the capital, and the figure could rise, a senior police officer said. Police had also found explosives on the island of Utoeya, where a gunman opened fire on young people at a summer camp organised by the ruling Labour Party, Sveinung Sponheim, acting commissioner for Oslo police, told reporters. AFP PHOTO / Jan Bjerkeli -- NORWAYOUT -- (Photo credit should read Jan Bjerkeli/AFP/Getty Images)
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Image: Utoya Island, Norway

An aerial view of Utoya Island, Norway taken Thursday, July 21, 2011. Police say they are sending anti-terror police to a youth camp outside Oslo after reports of a shooting there following the bomb blast at the government headquarters. The news site VG reported that a man dressed in a police uniform opened fire at the camp. It says several people were injured. Oslo police chief Anstein Gjengdal said anti-terror units were being sent to the camp at Utoya, outside the Norwegian capital. He had no other information on that incident, which came hours after a bomb blast outside the government headquarters killed at least two people and injured 15. White space at top right is part of the wing of the aircraft. (AP Photo/Mapaid, Lasse Tur) NORWAY OUT
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Image: Still images taken from surveillance camera footage show the moment the bomb blast struck the Digital Impuls store in Oslo as glass shatters and people run out of the store

Still images taken from surveillance camera footage show the moment the bomb blast struck the Digital Impuls store in Oslo on Friday July 22, 2011, as glass shatters and people run out of the store. Images taken July 22, 2011. REUTERS/www.liveleak.com via Reuters TV (NORWAY - Tags: CIVIL UNREST) NO SALES. NO ARCHIVES. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. IT IS DISTRIBUTED, EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS. NO COMMERCIAL USE
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Smoke pours from a building in the centre of Oslo, Friday July 22, 2010, following an explosion that tore open several buildings including the prime minister's office, shattering windows and covering the street with documents.(AP Photo/Thomas Winje Øijord, Scanpix, Norway) NORWAY OUT:
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epa02836577 A man tends to a wounded woman after an explosion near government buildings in Norway's capital Oslo on July 22, 2011. A powerful bomb blast rocked government and media buildings in Norway's capital Oslo on Friday, causing "deaths and injuries" and dealing heavy damage, police said. Police said a bomb was behind the explosion and Norwegian media reported that at least two people died. "A powerful explosion has taken place in the government quarter," Norwegian police said in a statement. EPA/Morten Holm NORWAY OUT
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Smoke rises from the central area of Oslo Friday July 22, 2011 after an explosion. Terrorism ravaged long-peaceful Norway on Friday when a bomb ripped open buildings including the prime minister's office and a man dressed as a police officer opened fire at a nearby island youth camp. (AP Photo/Scanpix, Jon Bredo Overaas) NORWAY OUT
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Image: An injured woman is helped by a man at the scene of a powerful explosion that rocked central Oslo

An injured woman is helped by a man at the scene of a powerful explosion that rocked central Oslo July 22, 2011. A huge explosion damaged government buildings in central Oslo on Friday including Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg's office, injuring several people, a Reuters witness said. The blast blew out most windows on the 17-storey building housing Stoltenberg's office, as well as nearby ministries including the oil ministry, which was on fire. REUTERS/Morten Holm/Scanpix (NORWAY - Tags: CIVIL UNREST IMAGES OF THE DAY) THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. IT IS DISTRIBUTED, EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS. NORWAY OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES INNORWAY
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A young victim is helped in the center of Oslo, Friday July 22, 2011, following an explosion that tore open several buildings including the prime minister's office, shattering windows and covering the street with documents. (AP Photo/Scanpix, Winje Ãjijord) NORWAY OUT
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Image: Oslo bomb explosion

epa02836467 Rescue officials tend to a wounded man after a powerful explosion rocked central Oslo, Norway on 22 July 2011. A huge explosion damaged government buildings in central Oslo on 2 July 2011 including Norway's Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg's office, injuring several people, a Reuters witness said. The blast blew out most windows on the 17-storey building housing Stoltenberg's office, as well as nearby ministries including the oil ministry, which was on fire. EPA/ROALD BERIT NORWAY OUT
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The wreckage of a car lies outside government buildings in the centre of Oslo, Friday July 22, 2010, following an explosion that tore open several buildings including the prime minister's office, shattering wiondows and covering the street with documents.(AP Photo/Fartein Rudjord) NORWAY OUT:
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An injured man is treated at the scene after an explosion near the government buildings in Norway's capital Oslo on July 22, 2011. At least one person was killed by the powerful explosion which ripped through government and media buildings. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX / THOMAS WINJE OIJORD NORWAY OUT (Photo credit should read THOMAS WINJE OIJORD/AFP/Getty Images)
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A damaged building is seen after a bomb blast which took place outside the Norvegian Prime Minister's office in Oslo, on July 22, 2011. The powerful bomb blast rocked government and media buildings in Norway's capital, causing "deaths and injuries" and dealing heavy damage, police said. Police said a bomb was behind the explosion and Norwegian media reported that at least two people died. "A powerful explosion has taken place in the government quarter," Norwegian police said in a statement. AFP PHOTO/ SCANPIX NORWAY / Aleksander Andersen ***NORWAY OUT*** (Photo credit should read Andersen Aleksander/AFP/Getty Images)
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