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25 Июля 2011, 11:02

32-летний фермер-террорист Андерс Беринг Брейвик расстрелял 93-х человек в молодежном лагере на острове Утейя, еще семь жизней унес взрыв в Осло. Фото AFP

A young girl watch her mother placing a candle during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , A woman wipes her face during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , People mourn at the Domkirken cathedral on July 24, 2011 in Oslo before a sombre mass for the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / Jan Johannessen , Bente Ryan (L) of Norway and her husband Jeff (R) light candles during a memorial service for the victims of the Oslo massacres at the Norwegian Seaman's Church in Sydney on July 24, 2011. Norwegians in Australia prayered for the victims of the twin attacks that killed at least 92 people in the worst violence seen there since World War II. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD , People stand by flowers and candles left on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A woman lights a candle on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A flag is seen amoung flowers left by people on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A Bosnian boy looks at candles lit at the doorstep of Norwegian Embassy in Sarajevo on July 24, 2011 in memory of the vicitms of the July 22 attacks in Norway. Self-confessed Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik faces justice tomorrow, after Oslo police defended the hour it took to reach the island where most of his 93 victims died in a hail of bullets. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC , A note rests amid flowers at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , Notes and flowers are seen in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , A candle burns amid flowers at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , A note and flowers are seen at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , Flowers and candles are left in honor of the victims of the July 22 shooting spree at a Labour Party youth summer camp on the island of Utoeya, on July 24, 2011. The Utoeya island, 40km south west of Oslo, can be seen in the background. The stone jetty in the image is also one of the places which local residents used as their citizen rescuers' launch pad when using boats to save youth from the massacre. AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND
A young girl watch her mother placing a candle during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , A woman wipes her face during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , People mourn at the Domkirken cathedral on July 24, 2011 in Oslo before a sombre mass for the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / Jan Johannessen , Bente Ryan (L) of Norway and her husband Jeff (R) light candles during a memorial service for the victims of the Oslo massacres at the Norwegian Seaman's Church in Sydney on July 24, 2011. Norwegians in Australia prayered for the victims of the twin attacks that killed at least 92 people in the worst violence seen there since World War II. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD , People stand by flowers and candles left on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A woman lights a candle on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A flag is seen amoung flowers left by people on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A Bosnian boy looks at candles lit at the doorstep of Norwegian Embassy in Sarajevo on July 24, 2011 in memory of the vicitms of the July 22 attacks in Norway. Self-confessed Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik faces justice tomorrow, after Oslo police defended the hour it took to reach the island where most of his 93 victims died in a hail of bullets. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC
A young girl watch her mother placing a candle during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , A woman wipes her face during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , People mourn at the Domkirken cathedral on July 24, 2011 in Oslo before a sombre mass for the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / Jan Johannessen , Bente Ryan (L) of Norway and her husband Jeff (R) light candles during a memorial service for the victims of the Oslo massacres at the Norwegian Seaman's Church in Sydney on July 24, 2011. Norwegians in Australia prayered for the victims of the twin attacks that killed at least 92 people in the worst violence seen there since World War II. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD , People stand by flowers and candles left on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A woman lights a candle on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A flag is seen amoung flowers left by people on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A Bosnian boy looks at candles lit at the doorstep of Norwegian Embassy in Sarajevo on July 24, 2011 in memory of the vicitms of the July 22 attacks in Norway. Self-confessed Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik faces justice tomorrow, after Oslo police defended the hour it took to reach the island where most of his 93 victims died in a hail of bullets. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC , A note rests amid flowers at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , Notes and flowers are seen in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , A candle burns amid flowers at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , A note and flowers are seen at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , Flowers and candles are left in honor of the victims of the July 22 shooting spree at a Labour Party youth summer camp on the island of Utoeya, on July 24, 2011. The Utoeya island, 40km south west of Oslo, can be seen in the background. The stone jetty in the image is also one of the places which local residents used as their citizen rescuers' launch pad when using boats to save youth from the massacre. AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , A flower and a candle are left outside a hotel where survivors of the July 22 youth camp attack are being reunited with their families in Sundvolden, some 40kms south west of Oslo, on July 24, 2011. The self-confessed author of Norway's attacks that killed at least 93 people and wounded nearly 100 more says he acted alone, police said Sunday, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, is due to appear in court in Oslo on Monday after telling police that last Friday's bombing and shooting attack was "cruel" but "necessary". AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , Police enter a hotel where survivors of the July 22 youth camp attack are being reunited with their families in Sundvolden, some 40 km south west of Oslo, on July 24, 2011. The self-confessed author of Norway's attacks that killed at least 93 people and wounded nearly 100 more says he acted alone, police said Sunday, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, is due to appear in court in Oslo on Monday after telling police that last Friday's bombing and shooting attack was "cruel" but "necessary". AFP PHOTO / JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , A woman and a man light candles in honor of the victims of the July 22 shooting spree at a Labour Party youth summer camp on the island of Utoeya, on July 24, 2011. The Utoeya island, 40km south west of Oslo, can be seen in the background. AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , TOPSHOTS Caria Naess of Norway lights a candle during a memorial service for the victims of the Oslo massacres at the Norwegian Seaman's Church in Sydney on July 24, 2011. Norwegians in Australia prayered for the victims of the twin attacks that killed at least 92 people in the worst violence seen there since World War II. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD , People react as they look at a flower tributes to the victims of the July 22 bomb attack on government offices and shooting spree at a Labour party youth camp, on July 24, 2011 outside the Domkirken church in Oslo. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 93 people and wounded nearly 100 more claims he acted alone, police said today as a raid on an Oslo flat failed to find any link to the attacks. AFP PHOTO / JAN JOHANNESSEN , King Harald (C) and his family leave after attending a mass for victims of the July 22 government office bombing and shooting spree at the Labour Youth League camp at the Domkirken Church in Oslo on July 24, 2011. At least 93 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 / ODD ANDERSEN , Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg (L) comforts a young man during a mass for victims of the July 22 government office bombing and shooting spree at the Labour Youth League camp, at the Domkirken Church in Oslo on July 24, 2011. At least 94 were killed and nearly 100 were wounded 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 / ODD ANDERSEN , People react during a gathering outside the Domkirken Church in Oslo on July 24 , 2011, following a mass for victims of the July 22 government office bombing and shooting spree at a Labour Youth League camp. At least 94 were killed and nearly 100 were wounded 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 JOHANNESSEN , Two women mourn next to a flowertribute after attending a mass for victims of the July 22 government office bombing and shooting spree at a Labour Youth League came, outside the Domkirken Church in Oslo on July 24 , 2011. At least 94 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 JOHANNESSEN , Two girls cry as they stand in front of a flower tributes to the victims of the July 22 bomb attack on government offices and shooitng sprre at a Labour party youth camp, on July 24, 2011 outside the Domkirken church in Oslo. An emotional Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg told hundreds of mourners at a memorial mass in Oslo Cathedral on Sunday that the scale of the evil of the attacks in Norway was yet to emerge. At least 943people were killed in Friday*s attacks in Norway , a bombingin central Oslo and a shooting spree on an island just outside the capital. AFP PHOTO / JAN JOHANNESSEN , People react next to a flowertribute after attending a mass for victims of the July 22 government office bombing and shooting spree at a Labour Youth League came, outside the Domkirken Church in Oslo on July 24 , 2011. At least 94 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 JOHANNESSEN , People react next to a flowertribute after attending a mass for victims of the government office bombing and youth camp massacre at the Domkirken Church in Oslo on July 24, 2011. At least 93 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 Johannessen , People mourn during a gathering outside the Domkirken church on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 93 and wounded nearly 100 claims he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / JAN JOHANNESSEN
A young girl watch her mother placing a candle during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , A woman wipes her face during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , People mourn at the Domkirken cathedral on July 24, 2011 in Oslo before a sombre mass for the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / Jan Johannessen , Bente Ryan (L) of Norway and her husband Jeff (R) light candles during a memorial service for the victims of the Oslo massacres at the Norwegian Seaman's Church in Sydney on July 24, 2011. Norwegians in Australia prayered for the victims of the twin attacks that killed at least 92 people in the worst violence seen there since World War II. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD , People stand by flowers and candles left on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A woman lights a candle on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A flag is seen amoung flowers left by people on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A Bosnian boy looks at candles lit at the doorstep of Norwegian Embassy in Sarajevo on July 24, 2011 in memory of the vicitms of the July 22 attacks in Norway. Self-confessed Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik faces justice tomorrow, after Oslo police defended the hour it took to reach the island where most of his 93 victims died in a hail of bullets. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC , A note rests amid flowers at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , Notes and flowers are seen in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , A candle burns amid flowers at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , A note and flowers are seen at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM
A young girl watch her mother placing a candle during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , A woman wipes her face during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , People mourn at the Domkirken cathedral on July 24, 2011 in Oslo before a sombre mass for the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / Jan Johannessen , Bente Ryan (L) of Norway and her husband Jeff (R) light candles during a memorial service for the victims of the Oslo massacres at the Norwegian Seaman's Church in Sydney on July 24, 2011. Norwegians in Australia prayered for the victims of the twin attacks that killed at least 92 people in the worst violence seen there since World War II. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD , People stand by flowers and candles left on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A woman lights a candle on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A flag is seen amoung flowers left by people on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A Bosnian boy looks at candles lit at the doorstep of Norwegian Embassy in Sarajevo on July 24, 2011 in memory of the vicitms of the July 22 attacks in Norway. Self-confessed Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik faces justice tomorrow, after Oslo police defended the hour it took to reach the island where most of his 93 victims died in a hail of bullets. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC , A note rests amid flowers at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , Notes and flowers are seen in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , A candle burns amid flowers at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , A note and flowers are seen at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , Flowers and candles are left in honor of the victims of the July 22 shooting spree at a Labour Party youth summer camp on the island of Utoeya, on July 24, 2011. The Utoeya island, 40km south west of Oslo, can be seen in the background. The stone jetty in the image is also one of the places which local residents used as their citizen rescuers' launch pad when using boats to save youth from the massacre. AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , A flower and a candle are left outside a hotel where survivors of the July 22 youth camp attack are being reunited with their families in Sundvolden, some 40kms south west of Oslo, on July 24, 2011. The self-confessed author of Norway's attacks that killed at least 93 people and wounded nearly 100 more says he acted alone, police said Sunday, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, is due to appear in court in Oslo on Monday after telling police that last Friday's bombing and shooting attack was "cruel" but "necessary". AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND
A young girl watch her mother placing a candle during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , A woman wipes her face during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , People mourn at the Domkirken cathedral on July 24, 2011 in Oslo before a sombre mass for the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / Jan Johannessen , Bente Ryan (L) of Norway and her husband Jeff (R) light candles during a memorial service for the victims of the Oslo massacres at the Norwegian Seaman's Church in Sydney on July 24, 2011. Norwegians in Australia prayered for the victims of the twin attacks that killed at least 92 people in the worst violence seen there since World War II. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD , People stand by flowers and candles left on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A woman lights a candle on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A flag is seen amoung flowers left by people on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A Bosnian boy looks at candles lit at the doorstep of Norwegian Embassy in Sarajevo on July 24, 2011 in memory of the vicitms of the July 22 attacks in Norway. Self-confessed Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik faces justice tomorrow, after Oslo police defended the hour it took to reach the island where most of his 93 victims died in a hail of bullets. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC , A note rests amid flowers at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , Notes and flowers are seen in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , A candle burns amid flowers at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , A note and flowers are seen at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , Flowers and candles are left in honor of the victims of the July 22 shooting spree at a Labour Party youth summer camp on the island of Utoeya, on July 24, 2011. The Utoeya island, 40km south west of Oslo, can be seen in the background. The stone jetty in the image is also one of the places which local residents used as their citizen rescuers' launch pad when using boats to save youth from the massacre. AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , A flower and a candle are left outside a hotel where survivors of the July 22 youth camp attack are being reunited with their families in Sundvolden, some 40kms south west of Oslo, on July 24, 2011. The self-confessed author of Norway's attacks that killed at least 93 people and wounded nearly 100 more says he acted alone, police said Sunday, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, is due to appear in court in Oslo on Monday after telling police that last Friday's bombing and shooting attack was "cruel" but "necessary". AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , Police enter a hotel where survivors of the July 22 youth camp attack are being reunited with their families in Sundvolden, some 40 km south west of Oslo, on July 24, 2011. The self-confessed author of Norway's attacks that killed at least 93 people and wounded nearly 100 more says he acted alone, police said Sunday, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, is due to appear in court in Oslo on Monday after telling police that last Friday's bombing and shooting attack was "cruel" but "necessary". AFP PHOTO / JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , A woman and a man light candles in honor of the victims of the July 22 shooting spree at a Labour Party youth summer camp on the island of Utoeya, on July 24, 2011. The Utoeya island, 40km south west of Oslo, can be seen in the background. AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , TOPSHOTS Caria Naess of Norway lights a candle during a memorial service for the victims of the Oslo massacres at the Norwegian Seaman's Church in Sydney on July 24, 2011. Norwegians in Australia prayered for the victims of the twin attacks that killed at least 92 people in the worst violence seen there since World War II. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD , People react as they look at a flower tributes to the victims of the July 22 bomb attack on government offices and shooting spree at a Labour party youth camp, on July 24, 2011 outside the Domkirken church in Oslo. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 93 people and wounded nearly 100 more claims he acted alone, police said today as a raid on an Oslo flat failed to find any link to the attacks. AFP PHOTO / JAN JOHANNESSEN
A young girl watch her mother placing a candle during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , A woman wipes her face during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , People mourn at the Domkirken cathedral on July 24, 2011 in Oslo before a sombre mass for the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / Jan Johannessen , Bente Ryan (L) of Norway and her husband Jeff (R) light candles during a memorial service for the victims of the Oslo massacres at the Norwegian Seaman's Church in Sydney on July 24, 2011. Norwegians in Australia prayered for the victims of the twin attacks that killed at least 92 people in the worst violence seen there since World War II. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD , People stand by flowers and candles left on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A woman lights a candle on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A flag is seen amoung flowers left by people on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A Bosnian boy looks at candles lit at the doorstep of Norwegian Embassy in Sarajevo on July 24, 2011 in memory of the vicitms of the July 22 attacks in Norway. Self-confessed Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik faces justice tomorrow, after Oslo police defended the hour it took to reach the island where most of his 93 victims died in a hail of bullets. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC , A note rests amid flowers at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM
A young girl watch her mother placing a candle during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN
A young girl watch her mother placing a candle during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , A woman wipes her face during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN
A young girl watch her mother placing a candle during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , A woman wipes her face during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , People mourn at the Domkirken cathedral on July 24, 2011 in Oslo before a sombre mass for the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / Jan Johannessen , Bente Ryan (L) of Norway and her husband Jeff (R) light candles during a memorial service for the victims of the Oslo massacres at the Norwegian Seaman's Church in Sydney on July 24, 2011. Norwegians in Australia prayered for the victims of the twin attacks that killed at least 92 people in the worst violence seen there since World War II. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD , People stand by flowers and candles left on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A woman lights a candle on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A flag is seen amoung flowers left by people on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A Bosnian boy looks at candles lit at the doorstep of Norwegian Embassy in Sarajevo on July 24, 2011 in memory of the vicitms of the July 22 attacks in Norway. Self-confessed Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik faces justice tomorrow, after Oslo police defended the hour it took to reach the island where most of his 93 victims died in a hail of bullets. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC , A note rests amid flowers at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , Notes and flowers are seen in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , A candle burns amid flowers at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , A note and flowers are seen at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , Flowers and candles are left in honor of the victims of the July 22 shooting spree at a Labour Party youth summer camp on the island of Utoeya, on July 24, 2011. The Utoeya island, 40km south west of Oslo, can be seen in the background. The stone jetty in the image is also one of the places which local residents used as their citizen rescuers' launch pad when using boats to save youth from the massacre. AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , A flower and a candle are left outside a hotel where survivors of the July 22 youth camp attack are being reunited with their families in Sundvolden, some 40kms south west of Oslo, on July 24, 2011. The self-confessed author of Norway's attacks that killed at least 93 people and wounded nearly 100 more says he acted alone, police said Sunday, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, is due to appear in court in Oslo on Monday after telling police that last Friday's bombing and shooting attack was "cruel" but "necessary". AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , Police enter a hotel where survivors of the July 22 youth camp attack are being reunited with their families in Sundvolden, some 40 km south west of Oslo, on July 24, 2011. The self-confessed author of Norway's attacks that killed at least 93 people and wounded nearly 100 more says he acted alone, police said Sunday, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, is due to appear in court in Oslo on Monday after telling police that last Friday's bombing and shooting attack was "cruel" but "necessary". AFP PHOTO / JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , A woman and a man light candles in honor of the victims of the July 22 shooting spree at a Labour Party youth summer camp on the island of Utoeya, on July 24, 2011. The Utoeya island, 40km south west of Oslo, can be seen in the background. AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , TOPSHOTS Caria Naess of Norway lights a candle during a memorial service for the victims of the Oslo massacres at the Norwegian Seaman's Church in Sydney on July 24, 2011. Norwegians in Australia prayered for the victims of the twin attacks that killed at least 92 people in the worst violence seen there since World War II. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD , People react as they look at a flower tributes to the victims of the July 22 bomb attack on government offices and shooting spree at a Labour party youth camp, on July 24, 2011 outside the Domkirken church in Oslo. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 93 people and wounded nearly 100 more claims he acted alone, police said today as a raid on an Oslo flat failed to find any link to the attacks. AFP PHOTO / JAN JOHANNESSEN , King Harald (C) and his family leave after attending a mass for victims of the July 22 government office bombing and shooting spree at the Labour Youth League camp at the Domkirken Church in Oslo on July 24, 2011. At least 93 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 / ODD ANDERSEN , Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg (L) comforts a young man during a mass for victims of the July 22 government office bombing and shooting spree at the Labour Youth League camp, at the Domkirken Church in Oslo on July 24, 2011. At least 94 were killed and nearly 100 were wounded 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 / ODD ANDERSEN , People react during a gathering outside the Domkirken Church in Oslo on July 24 , 2011, following a mass for victims of the July 22 government office bombing and shooting spree at a Labour Youth League camp. At least 94 were killed and nearly 100 were wounded 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 JOHANNESSEN , Two women mourn next to a flowertribute after attending a mass for victims of the July 22 government office bombing and shooting spree at a Labour Youth League came, outside the Domkirken Church in Oslo on July 24 , 2011. At least 94 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 JOHANNESSEN , Two girls cry as they stand in front of a flower tributes to the victims of the July 22 bomb attack on government offices and shooitng sprre at a Labour party youth camp, on July 24, 2011 outside the Domkirken church in Oslo. An emotional Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg told hundreds of mourners at a memorial mass in Oslo Cathedral on Sunday that the scale of the evil of the attacks in Norway was yet to emerge. At least 943people were killed in Friday*s attacks in Norway , a bombingin central Oslo and a shooting spree on an island just outside the capital. AFP PHOTO / JAN JOHANNESSEN , People react next to a flowertribute after attending a mass for victims of the July 22 government office bombing and shooting spree at a Labour Youth League came, outside the Domkirken Church in Oslo on July 24 , 2011. At least 94 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 JOHANNESSEN , People react next to a flowertribute after attending a mass for victims of the government office bombing and youth camp massacre at the Domkirken Church in Oslo on July 24, 2011. At least 93 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 Johannessen , People mourn during a gathering outside the Domkirken church on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 93 and wounded nearly 100 claims he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / JAN JOHANNESSEN , Grieving members of the public embrace after a "mass for sorrow and hope" at Oslo's Cathedral on July 24, 2011. An emotional Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg told hundreds of mourners at a memorial mass in Oslo Cathedral on Sunday that the scale of the evil of the attacks in Norway was yet to emerge. Stoltenberg said that the names and photographs of those who died, including many members of the youth wing of his Labour Party, would soon be released and "the scale of the evil will then emerge." Stoltenberg addressed a memorial mass for the 92 known victims of Friday's twin bomb and gun attacks, attended by King Harald V, Queen Sonja and other Norwegian dignitaries. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY - Hakon Mosvold Larsen = NORWAY OUT
A young girl watch her mother placing a candle during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , A woman wipes her face during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , People mourn at the Domkirken cathedral on July 24, 2011 in Oslo before a sombre mass for the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / Jan Johannessen , Bente Ryan (L) of Norway and her husband Jeff (R) light candles during a memorial service for the victims of the Oslo massacres at the Norwegian Seaman's Church in Sydney on July 24, 2011. Norwegians in Australia prayered for the victims of the twin attacks that killed at least 92 people in the worst violence seen there since World War II. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD , People stand by flowers and candles left on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A woman lights a candle on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A flag is seen amoung flowers left by people on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A Bosnian boy looks at candles lit at the doorstep of Norwegian Embassy in Sarajevo on July 24, 2011 in memory of the vicitms of the July 22 attacks in Norway. Self-confessed Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik faces justice tomorrow, after Oslo police defended the hour it took to reach the island where most of his 93 victims died in a hail of bullets. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC , A note rests amid flowers at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , Notes and flowers are seen in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , A candle burns amid flowers at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , A note and flowers are seen at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , Flowers and candles are left in honor of the victims of the July 22 shooting spree at a Labour Party youth summer camp on the island of Utoeya, on July 24, 2011. The Utoeya island, 40km south west of Oslo, can be seen in the background. The stone jetty in the image is also one of the places which local residents used as their citizen rescuers' launch pad when using boats to save youth from the massacre. AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , A flower and a candle are left outside a hotel where survivors of the July 22 youth camp attack are being reunited with their families in Sundvolden, some 40kms south west of Oslo, on July 24, 2011. The self-confessed author of Norway's attacks that killed at least 93 people and wounded nearly 100 more says he acted alone, police said Sunday, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, is due to appear in court in Oslo on Monday after telling police that last Friday's bombing and shooting attack was "cruel" but "necessary". AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , Police enter a hotel where survivors of the July 22 youth camp attack are being reunited with their families in Sundvolden, some 40 km south west of Oslo, on July 24, 2011. The self-confessed author of Norway's attacks that killed at least 93 people and wounded nearly 100 more says he acted alone, police said Sunday, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, is due to appear in court in Oslo on Monday after telling police that last Friday's bombing and shooting attack was "cruel" but "necessary". AFP PHOTO / JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , A woman and a man light candles in honor of the victims of the July 22 shooting spree at a Labour Party youth summer camp on the island of Utoeya, on July 24, 2011. The Utoeya island, 40km south west of Oslo, can be seen in the background. AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , TOPSHOTS Caria Naess of Norway lights a candle during a memorial service for the victims of the Oslo massacres at the Norwegian Seaman's Church in Sydney on July 24, 2011. Norwegians in Australia prayered for the victims of the twin attacks that killed at least 92 people in the worst violence seen there since World War II. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD , People react as they look at a flower tributes to the victims of the July 22 bomb attack on government offices and shooting spree at a Labour party youth camp, on July 24, 2011 outside the Domkirken church in Oslo. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 93 people and wounded nearly 100 more claims he acted alone, police said today as a raid on an Oslo flat failed to find any link to the attacks. AFP PHOTO / JAN JOHANNESSEN , King Harald (C) and his family leave after attending a mass for victims of the July 22 government office bombing and shooting spree at the Labour Youth League camp at the Domkirken Church in Oslo on July 24, 2011. At least 93 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 / ODD ANDERSEN
A young girl watch her mother placing a candle during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , A woman wipes her face during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , People mourn at the Domkirken cathedral on July 24, 2011 in Oslo before a sombre mass for the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / Jan Johannessen , Bente Ryan (L) of Norway and her husband Jeff (R) light candles during a memorial service for the victims of the Oslo massacres at the Norwegian Seaman's Church in Sydney on July 24, 2011. Norwegians in Australia prayered for the victims of the twin attacks that killed at least 92 people in the worst violence seen there since World War II. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD , People stand by flowers and candles left on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT
A young girl watch her mother placing a candle during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , A woman wipes her face during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , People mourn at the Domkirken cathedral on July 24, 2011 in Oslo before a sombre mass for the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / Jan Johannessen , Bente Ryan (L) of Norway and her husband Jeff (R) light candles during a memorial service for the victims of the Oslo massacres at the Norwegian Seaman's Church in Sydney on July 24, 2011. Norwegians in Australia prayered for the victims of the twin attacks that killed at least 92 people in the worst violence seen there since World War II. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD , People stand by flowers and candles left on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A woman lights a candle on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A flag is seen amoung flowers left by people on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A Bosnian boy looks at candles lit at the doorstep of Norwegian Embassy in Sarajevo on July 24, 2011 in memory of the vicitms of the July 22 attacks in Norway. Self-confessed Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik faces justice tomorrow, after Oslo police defended the hour it took to reach the island where most of his 93 victims died in a hail of bullets. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC , A note rests amid flowers at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , Notes and flowers are seen in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , A candle burns amid flowers at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , A note and flowers are seen at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , Flowers and candles are left in honor of the victims of the July 22 shooting spree at a Labour Party youth summer camp on the island of Utoeya, on July 24, 2011. The Utoeya island, 40km south west of Oslo, can be seen in the background. The stone jetty in the image is also one of the places which local residents used as their citizen rescuers' launch pad when using boats to save youth from the massacre. AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , A flower and a candle are left outside a hotel where survivors of the July 22 youth camp attack are being reunited with their families in Sundvolden, some 40kms south west of Oslo, on July 24, 2011. The self-confessed author of Norway's attacks that killed at least 93 people and wounded nearly 100 more says he acted alone, police said Sunday, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, is due to appear in court in Oslo on Monday after telling police that last Friday's bombing and shooting attack was "cruel" but "necessary". AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , Police enter a hotel where survivors of the July 22 youth camp attack are being reunited with their families in Sundvolden, some 40 km south west of Oslo, on July 24, 2011. The self-confessed author of Norway's attacks that killed at least 93 people and wounded nearly 100 more says he acted alone, police said Sunday, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, is due to appear in court in Oslo on Monday after telling police that last Friday's bombing and shooting attack was "cruel" but "necessary". AFP PHOTO / JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , A woman and a man light candles in honor of the victims of the July 22 shooting spree at a Labour Party youth summer camp on the island of Utoeya, on July 24, 2011. The Utoeya island, 40km south west of Oslo, can be seen in the background. AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , TOPSHOTS Caria Naess of Norway lights a candle during a memorial service for the victims of the Oslo massacres at the Norwegian Seaman's Church in Sydney on July 24, 2011. Norwegians in Australia prayered for the victims of the twin attacks that killed at least 92 people in the worst violence seen there since World War II. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD , People react as they look at a flower tributes to the victims of the July 22 bomb attack on government offices and shooting spree at a Labour party youth camp, on July 24, 2011 outside the Domkirken church in Oslo. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 93 people and wounded nearly 100 more claims he acted alone, police said today as a raid on an Oslo flat failed to find any link to the attacks. AFP PHOTO / JAN JOHANNESSEN , King Harald (C) and his family leave after attending a mass for victims of the July 22 government office bombing and shooting spree at the Labour Youth League camp at the Domkirken Church in Oslo on July 24, 2011. At least 93 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 / ODD ANDERSEN , Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg (L) comforts a young man during a mass for victims of the July 22 government office bombing and shooting spree at the Labour Youth League camp, at the Domkirken Church in Oslo on July 24, 2011. At least 94 were killed and nearly 100 were wounded 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 / ODD ANDERSEN , People react during a gathering outside the Domkirken Church in Oslo on July 24 , 2011, following a mass for victims of the July 22 government office bombing and shooting spree at a Labour Youth League camp. At least 94 were killed and nearly 100 were wounded 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 JOHANNESSEN
A young girl watch her mother placing a candle during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , A woman wipes her face during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , People mourn at the Domkirken cathedral on July 24, 2011 in Oslo before a sombre mass for the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / Jan Johannessen , Bente Ryan (L) of Norway and her husband Jeff (R) light candles during a memorial service for the victims of the Oslo massacres at the Norwegian Seaman's Church in Sydney on July 24, 2011. Norwegians in Australia prayered for the victims of the twin attacks that killed at least 92 people in the worst violence seen there since World War II. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD , People stand by flowers and candles left on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A woman lights a candle on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A flag is seen amoung flowers left by people on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A Bosnian boy looks at candles lit at the doorstep of Norwegian Embassy in Sarajevo on July 24, 2011 in memory of the vicitms of the July 22 attacks in Norway. Self-confessed Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik faces justice tomorrow, after Oslo police defended the hour it took to reach the island where most of his 93 victims died in a hail of bullets. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC , A note rests amid flowers at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , Notes and flowers are seen in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , A candle burns amid flowers at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , A note and flowers are seen at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , Flowers and candles are left in honor of the victims of the July 22 shooting spree at a Labour Party youth summer camp on the island of Utoeya, on July 24, 2011. The Utoeya island, 40km south west of Oslo, can be seen in the background. The stone jetty in the image is also one of the places which local residents used as their citizen rescuers' launch pad when using boats to save youth from the massacre. AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , A flower and a candle are left outside a hotel where survivors of the July 22 youth camp attack are being reunited with their families in Sundvolden, some 40kms south west of Oslo, on July 24, 2011. The self-confessed author of Norway's attacks that killed at least 93 people and wounded nearly 100 more says he acted alone, police said Sunday, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, is due to appear in court in Oslo on Monday after telling police that last Friday's bombing and shooting attack was "cruel" but "necessary". AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , Police enter a hotel where survivors of the July 22 youth camp attack are being reunited with their families in Sundvolden, some 40 km south west of Oslo, on July 24, 2011. The self-confessed author of Norway's attacks that killed at least 93 people and wounded nearly 100 more says he acted alone, police said Sunday, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, is due to appear in court in Oslo on Monday after telling police that last Friday's bombing and shooting attack was "cruel" but "necessary". AFP PHOTO / JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , A woman and a man light candles in honor of the victims of the July 22 shooting spree at a Labour Party youth summer camp on the island of Utoeya, on July 24, 2011. The Utoeya island, 40km south west of Oslo, can be seen in the background. AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , TOPSHOTS Caria Naess of Norway lights a candle during a memorial service for the victims of the Oslo massacres at the Norwegian Seaman's Church in Sydney on July 24, 2011. Norwegians in Australia prayered for the victims of the twin attacks that killed at least 92 people in the worst violence seen there since World War II. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD , People react as they look at a flower tributes to the victims of the July 22 bomb attack on government offices and shooting spree at a Labour party youth camp, on July 24, 2011 outside the Domkirken church in Oslo. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 93 people and wounded nearly 100 more claims he acted alone, police said today as a raid on an Oslo flat failed to find any link to the attacks. AFP PHOTO / JAN JOHANNESSEN , King Harald (C) and his family leave after attending a mass for victims of the July 22 government office bombing and shooting spree at the Labour Youth League camp at the Domkirken Church in Oslo on July 24, 2011. At least 93 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 / ODD ANDERSEN , Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg (L) comforts a young man during a mass for victims of the July 22 government office bombing and shooting spree at the Labour Youth League camp, at the Domkirken Church in Oslo on July 24, 2011. At least 94 were killed and nearly 100 were wounded 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 / ODD ANDERSEN , People react during a gathering outside the Domkirken Church in Oslo on July 24 , 2011, following a mass for victims of the July 22 government office bombing and shooting spree at a Labour Youth League camp. At least 94 were killed and nearly 100 were wounded 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 JOHANNESSEN , Two women mourn next to a flowertribute after attending a mass for victims of the July 22 government office bombing and shooting spree at a Labour Youth League came, outside the Domkirken Church in Oslo on July 24 , 2011. At least 94 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 JOHANNESSEN , Two girls cry as they stand in front of a flower tributes to the victims of the July 22 bomb attack on government offices and shooitng sprre at a Labour party youth camp, on July 24, 2011 outside the Domkirken church in Oslo. An emotional Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg told hundreds of mourners at a memorial mass in Oslo Cathedral on Sunday that the scale of the evil of the attacks in Norway was yet to emerge. At least 943people were killed in Friday*s attacks in Norway , a bombingin central Oslo and a shooting spree on an island just outside the capital. AFP PHOTO / JAN JOHANNESSEN
A young girl watch her mother placing a candle during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , A woman wipes her face during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , People mourn at the Domkirken cathedral on July 24, 2011 in Oslo before a sombre mass for the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / Jan Johannessen , Bente Ryan (L) of Norway and her husband Jeff (R) light candles during a memorial service for the victims of the Oslo massacres at the Norwegian Seaman's Church in Sydney on July 24, 2011. Norwegians in Australia prayered for the victims of the twin attacks that killed at least 92 people in the worst violence seen there since World War II. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD
A young girl watch her mother placing a candle during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , A woman wipes her face during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , People mourn at the Domkirken cathedral on July 24, 2011 in Oslo before a sombre mass for the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / Jan Johannessen , Bente Ryan (L) of Norway and her husband Jeff (R) light candles during a memorial service for the victims of the Oslo massacres at the Norwegian Seaman's Church in Sydney on July 24, 2011. Norwegians in Australia prayered for the victims of the twin attacks that killed at least 92 people in the worst violence seen there since World War II. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD , People stand by flowers and candles left on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A woman lights a candle on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A flag is seen amoung flowers left by people on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A Bosnian boy looks at candles lit at the doorstep of Norwegian Embassy in Sarajevo on July 24, 2011 in memory of the vicitms of the July 22 attacks in Norway. Self-confessed Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik faces justice tomorrow, after Oslo police defended the hour it took to reach the island where most of his 93 victims died in a hail of bullets. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC , A note rests amid flowers at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , Notes and flowers are seen in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , A candle burns amid flowers at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , A note and flowers are seen at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , Flowers and candles are left in honor of the victims of the July 22 shooting spree at a Labour Party youth summer camp on the island of Utoeya, on July 24, 2011. The Utoeya island, 40km south west of Oslo, can be seen in the background. The stone jetty in the image is also one of the places which local residents used as their citizen rescuers' launch pad when using boats to save youth from the massacre. AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , A flower and a candle are left outside a hotel where survivors of the July 22 youth camp attack are being reunited with their families in Sundvolden, some 40kms south west of Oslo, on July 24, 2011. The self-confessed author of Norway's attacks that killed at least 93 people and wounded nearly 100 more says he acted alone, police said Sunday, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, is due to appear in court in Oslo on Monday after telling police that last Friday's bombing and shooting attack was "cruel" but "necessary". AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , Police enter a hotel where survivors of the July 22 youth camp attack are being reunited with their families in Sundvolden, some 40 km south west of Oslo, on July 24, 2011. The self-confessed author of Norway's attacks that killed at least 93 people and wounded nearly 100 more says he acted alone, police said Sunday, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, is due to appear in court in Oslo on Monday after telling police that last Friday's bombing and shooting attack was "cruel" but "necessary". AFP PHOTO / JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , A woman and a man light candles in honor of the victims of the July 22 shooting spree at a Labour Party youth summer camp on the island of Utoeya, on July 24, 2011. The Utoeya island, 40km south west of Oslo, can be seen in the background. AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , TOPSHOTS Caria Naess of Norway lights a candle during a memorial service for the victims of the Oslo massacres at the Norwegian Seaman's Church in Sydney on July 24, 2011. Norwegians in Australia prayered for the victims of the twin attacks that killed at least 92 people in the worst violence seen there since World War II. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD , People react as they look at a flower tributes to the victims of the July 22 bomb attack on government offices and shooting spree at a Labour party youth camp, on July 24, 2011 outside the Domkirken church in Oslo. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 93 people and wounded nearly 100 more claims he acted alone, police said today as a raid on an Oslo flat failed to find any link to the attacks. AFP PHOTO / JAN JOHANNESSEN , King Harald (C) and his family leave after attending a mass for victims of the July 22 government office bombing and shooting spree at the Labour Youth League camp at the Domkirken Church in Oslo on July 24, 2011. At least 93 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 / ODD ANDERSEN , Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg (L) comforts a young man during a mass for victims of the July 22 government office bombing and shooting spree at the Labour Youth League camp, at the Domkirken Church in Oslo on July 24, 2011. At least 94 were killed and nearly 100 were wounded 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 / ODD ANDERSEN , People react during a gathering outside the Domkirken Church in Oslo on July 24 , 2011, following a mass for victims of the July 22 government office bombing and shooting spree at a Labour Youth League camp. At least 94 were killed and nearly 100 were wounded 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 JOHANNESSEN , Two women mourn next to a flowertribute after attending a mass for victims of the July 22 government office bombing and shooting spree at a Labour Youth League came, outside the Domkirken Church in Oslo on July 24 , 2011. At least 94 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 JOHANNESSEN , Two girls cry as they stand in front of a flower tributes to the victims of the July 22 bomb attack on government offices and shooitng sprre at a Labour party youth camp, on July 24, 2011 outside the Domkirken church in Oslo. An emotional Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg told hundreds of mourners at a memorial mass in Oslo Cathedral on Sunday that the scale of the evil of the attacks in Norway was yet to emerge. At least 943people were killed in Friday*s attacks in Norway , a bombingin central Oslo and a shooting spree on an island just outside the capital. AFP PHOTO / JAN JOHANNESSEN , People react next to a flowertribute after attending a mass for victims of the July 22 government office bombing and shooting spree at a Labour Youth League came, outside the Domkirken Church in Oslo on July 24 , 2011. At least 94 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 JOHANNESSEN , People react next to a flowertribute after attending a mass for victims of the government office bombing and youth camp massacre at the Domkirken Church in Oslo on July 24, 2011. At least 93 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 Johannessen
A young girl watch her mother placing a candle during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , A woman wipes her face during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , People mourn at the Domkirken cathedral on July 24, 2011 in Oslo before a sombre mass for the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / Jan Johannessen , Bente Ryan (L) of Norway and her husband Jeff (R) light candles during a memorial service for the victims of the Oslo massacres at the Norwegian Seaman's Church in Sydney on July 24, 2011. Norwegians in Australia prayered for the victims of the twin attacks that killed at least 92 people in the worst violence seen there since World War II. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD , People stand by flowers and candles left on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A woman lights a candle on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A flag is seen amoung flowers left by people on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A Bosnian boy looks at candles lit at the doorstep of Norwegian Embassy in Sarajevo on July 24, 2011 in memory of the vicitms of the July 22 attacks in Norway. Self-confessed Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik faces justice tomorrow, after Oslo police defended the hour it took to reach the island where most of his 93 victims died in a hail of bullets. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC , A note rests amid flowers at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , Notes and flowers are seen in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , A candle burns amid flowers at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , A note and flowers are seen at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , Flowers and candles are left in honor of the victims of the July 22 shooting spree at a Labour Party youth summer camp on the island of Utoeya, on July 24, 2011. The Utoeya island, 40km south west of Oslo, can be seen in the background. The stone jetty in the image is also one of the places which local residents used as their citizen rescuers' launch pad when using boats to save youth from the massacre. AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , A flower and a candle are left outside a hotel where survivors of the July 22 youth camp attack are being reunited with their families in Sundvolden, some 40kms south west of Oslo, on July 24, 2011. The self-confessed author of Norway's attacks that killed at least 93 people and wounded nearly 100 more says he acted alone, police said Sunday, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, is due to appear in court in Oslo on Monday after telling police that last Friday's bombing and shooting attack was "cruel" but "necessary". AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , Police enter a hotel where survivors of the July 22 youth camp attack are being reunited with their families in Sundvolden, some 40 km south west of Oslo, on July 24, 2011. The self-confessed author of Norway's attacks that killed at least 93 people and wounded nearly 100 more says he acted alone, police said Sunday, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, is due to appear in court in Oslo on Monday after telling police that last Friday's bombing and shooting attack was "cruel" but "necessary". AFP PHOTO / JONATHAN NACKSTRAND
A young girl watch her mother placing a candle during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , A woman wipes her face during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , People mourn at the Domkirken cathedral on July 24, 2011 in Oslo before a sombre mass for the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / Jan Johannessen , Bente Ryan (L) of Norway and her husband Jeff (R) light candles during a memorial service for the victims of the Oslo massacres at the Norwegian Seaman's Church in Sydney on July 24, 2011. Norwegians in Australia prayered for the victims of the twin attacks that killed at least 92 people in the worst violence seen there since World War II. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD , People stand by flowers and candles left on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A woman lights a candle on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT
A young girl watch her mother placing a candle during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , A woman wipes her face during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , People mourn at the Domkirken cathedral on July 24, 2011 in Oslo before a sombre mass for the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / Jan Johannessen , Bente Ryan (L) of Norway and her husband Jeff (R) light candles during a memorial service for the victims of the Oslo massacres at the Norwegian Seaman's Church in Sydney on July 24, 2011. Norwegians in Australia prayered for the victims of the twin attacks that killed at least 92 people in the worst violence seen there since World War II. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD , People stand by flowers and candles left on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A woman lights a candle on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A flag is seen amoung flowers left by people on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A Bosnian boy looks at candles lit at the doorstep of Norwegian Embassy in Sarajevo on July 24, 2011 in memory of the vicitms of the July 22 attacks in Norway. Self-confessed Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik faces justice tomorrow, after Oslo police defended the hour it took to reach the island where most of his 93 victims died in a hail of bullets. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC , A note rests amid flowers at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , Notes and flowers are seen in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM
A young girl watch her mother placing a candle during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , A woman wipes her face during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , People mourn at the Domkirken cathedral on July 24, 2011 in Oslo before a sombre mass for the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / Jan Johannessen , Bente Ryan (L) of Norway and her husband Jeff (R) light candles during a memorial service for the victims of the Oslo massacres at the Norwegian Seaman's Church in Sydney on July 24, 2011. Norwegians in Australia prayered for the victims of the twin attacks that killed at least 92 people in the worst violence seen there since World War II. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD , People stand by flowers and candles left on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A woman lights a candle on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A flag is seen amoung flowers left by people on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A Bosnian boy looks at candles lit at the doorstep of Norwegian Embassy in Sarajevo on July 24, 2011 in memory of the vicitms of the July 22 attacks in Norway. Self-confessed Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik faces justice tomorrow, after Oslo police defended the hour it took to reach the island where most of his 93 victims died in a hail of bullets. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC , A note rests amid flowers at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , Notes and flowers are seen in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , A candle burns amid flowers at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , A note and flowers are seen at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , Flowers and candles are left in honor of the victims of the July 22 shooting spree at a Labour Party youth summer camp on the island of Utoeya, on July 24, 2011. The Utoeya island, 40km south west of Oslo, can be seen in the background. The stone jetty in the image is also one of the places which local residents used as their citizen rescuers' launch pad when using boats to save youth from the massacre. AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , A flower and a candle are left outside a hotel where survivors of the July 22 youth camp attack are being reunited with their families in Sundvolden, some 40kms south west of Oslo, on July 24, 2011. The self-confessed author of Norway's attacks that killed at least 93 people and wounded nearly 100 more says he acted alone, police said Sunday, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, is due to appear in court in Oslo on Monday after telling police that last Friday's bombing and shooting attack was "cruel" but "necessary". AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , Police enter a hotel where survivors of the July 22 youth camp attack are being reunited with their families in Sundvolden, some 40 km south west of Oslo, on July 24, 2011. The self-confessed author of Norway's attacks that killed at least 93 people and wounded nearly 100 more says he acted alone, police said Sunday, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, is due to appear in court in Oslo on Monday after telling police that last Friday's bombing and shooting attack was "cruel" but "necessary". AFP PHOTO / JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , A woman and a man light candles in honor of the victims of the July 22 shooting spree at a Labour Party youth summer camp on the island of Utoeya, on July 24, 2011. The Utoeya island, 40km south west of Oslo, can be seen in the background. AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , TOPSHOTS Caria Naess of Norway lights a candle during a memorial service for the victims of the Oslo massacres at the Norwegian Seaman's Church in Sydney on July 24, 2011. Norwegians in Australia prayered for the victims of the twin attacks that killed at least 92 people in the worst violence seen there since World War II. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD , People react as they look at a flower tributes to the victims of the July 22 bomb attack on government offices and shooting spree at a Labour party youth camp, on July 24, 2011 outside the Domkirken church in Oslo. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 93 people and wounded nearly 100 more claims he acted alone, police said today as a raid on an Oslo flat failed to find any link to the attacks. AFP PHOTO / JAN JOHANNESSEN , King Harald (C) and his family leave after attending a mass for victims of the July 22 government office bombing and shooting spree at the Labour Youth League camp at the Domkirken Church in Oslo on July 24, 2011. At least 93 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 / ODD ANDERSEN , Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg (L) comforts a young man during a mass for victims of the July 22 government office bombing and shooting spree at the Labour Youth League camp, at the Domkirken Church in Oslo on July 24, 2011. At least 94 were killed and nearly 100 were wounded 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 / ODD ANDERSEN
A young girl watch her mother placing a candle during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , A woman wipes her face during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , People mourn at the Domkirken cathedral on July 24, 2011 in Oslo before a sombre mass for the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / Jan Johannessen , Bente Ryan (L) of Norway and her husband Jeff (R) light candles during a memorial service for the victims of the Oslo massacres at the Norwegian Seaman's Church in Sydney on July 24, 2011. Norwegians in Australia prayered for the victims of the twin attacks that killed at least 92 people in the worst violence seen there since World War II. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD , People stand by flowers and candles left on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A woman lights a candle on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A flag is seen amoung flowers left by people on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A Bosnian boy looks at candles lit at the doorstep of Norwegian Embassy in Sarajevo on July 24, 2011 in memory of the vicitms of the July 22 attacks in Norway. Self-confessed Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik faces justice tomorrow, after Oslo police defended the hour it took to reach the island where most of his 93 victims died in a hail of bullets. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC , A note rests amid flowers at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , Notes and flowers are seen in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , A candle burns amid flowers at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , A note and flowers are seen at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , Flowers and candles are left in honor of the victims of the July 22 shooting spree at a Labour Party youth summer camp on the island of Utoeya, on July 24, 2011. The Utoeya island, 40km south west of Oslo, can be seen in the background. The stone jetty in the image is also one of the places which local residents used as their citizen rescuers' launch pad when using boats to save youth from the massacre. AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , A flower and a candle are left outside a hotel where survivors of the July 22 youth camp attack are being reunited with their families in Sundvolden, some 40kms south west of Oslo, on July 24, 2011. The self-confessed author of Norway's attacks that killed at least 93 people and wounded nearly 100 more says he acted alone, police said Sunday, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, is due to appear in court in Oslo on Monday after telling police that last Friday's bombing and shooting attack was "cruel" but "necessary". AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , Police enter a hotel where survivors of the July 22 youth camp attack are being reunited with their families in Sundvolden, some 40 km south west of Oslo, on July 24, 2011. The self-confessed author of Norway's attacks that killed at least 93 people and wounded nearly 100 more says he acted alone, police said Sunday, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, is due to appear in court in Oslo on Monday after telling police that last Friday's bombing and shooting attack was "cruel" but "necessary". AFP PHOTO / JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , A woman and a man light candles in honor of the victims of the July 22 shooting spree at a Labour Party youth summer camp on the island of Utoeya, on July 24, 2011. The Utoeya island, 40km south west of Oslo, can be seen in the background. AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , TOPSHOTS Caria Naess of Norway lights a candle during a memorial service for the victims of the Oslo massacres at the Norwegian Seaman's Church in Sydney on July 24, 2011. Norwegians in Australia prayered for the victims of the twin attacks that killed at least 92 people in the worst violence seen there since World War II. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD , People react as they look at a flower tributes to the victims of the July 22 bomb attack on government offices and shooting spree at a Labour party youth camp, on July 24, 2011 outside the Domkirken church in Oslo. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 93 people and wounded nearly 100 more claims he acted alone, police said today as a raid on an Oslo flat failed to find any link to the attacks. AFP PHOTO / JAN JOHANNESSEN , King Harald (C) and his family leave after attending a mass for victims of the July 22 government office bombing and shooting spree at the Labour Youth League camp at the Domkirken Church in Oslo on July 24, 2011. At least 93 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 / ODD ANDERSEN , Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg (L) comforts a young man during a mass for victims of the July 22 government office bombing and shooting spree at the Labour Youth League camp, at the Domkirken Church in Oslo on July 24, 2011. At least 94 were killed and nearly 100 were wounded 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 / ODD ANDERSEN , People react during a gathering outside the Domkirken Church in Oslo on July 24 , 2011, following a mass for victims of the July 22 government office bombing and shooting spree at a Labour Youth League camp. At least 94 were killed and nearly 100 were wounded 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 JOHANNESSEN , Two women mourn next to a flowertribute after attending a mass for victims of the July 22 government office bombing and shooting spree at a Labour Youth League came, outside the Domkirken Church in Oslo on July 24 , 2011. At least 94 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 JOHANNESSEN , Two girls cry as they stand in front of a flower tributes to the victims of the July 22 bomb attack on government offices and shooitng sprre at a Labour party youth camp, on July 24, 2011 outside the Domkirken church in Oslo. An emotional Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg told hundreds of mourners at a memorial mass in Oslo Cathedral on Sunday that the scale of the evil of the attacks in Norway was yet to emerge. At least 943people were killed in Friday*s attacks in Norway , a bombingin central Oslo and a shooting spree on an island just outside the capital. AFP PHOTO / JAN JOHANNESSEN , People react next to a flowertribute after attending a mass for victims of the July 22 government office bombing and shooting spree at a Labour Youth League came, outside the Domkirken Church in Oslo on July 24 , 2011. At least 94 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 JOHANNESSEN
A young girl watch her mother placing a candle during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , A woman wipes her face during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , People mourn at the Domkirken cathedral on July 24, 2011 in Oslo before a sombre mass for the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / Jan Johannessen , Bente Ryan (L) of Norway and her husband Jeff (R) light candles during a memorial service for the victims of the Oslo massacres at the Norwegian Seaman's Church in Sydney on July 24, 2011. Norwegians in Australia prayered for the victims of the twin attacks that killed at least 92 people in the worst violence seen there since World War II. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD , People stand by flowers and candles left on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A woman lights a candle on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A flag is seen amoung flowers left by people on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A Bosnian boy looks at candles lit at the doorstep of Norwegian Embassy in Sarajevo on July 24, 2011 in memory of the vicitms of the July 22 attacks in Norway. Self-confessed Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik faces justice tomorrow, after Oslo police defended the hour it took to reach the island where most of his 93 victims died in a hail of bullets. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC , A note rests amid flowers at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , Notes and flowers are seen in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , A candle burns amid flowers at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , A note and flowers are seen at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , Flowers and candles are left in honor of the victims of the July 22 shooting spree at a Labour Party youth summer camp on the island of Utoeya, on July 24, 2011. The Utoeya island, 40km south west of Oslo, can be seen in the background. The stone jetty in the image is also one of the places which local residents used as their citizen rescuers' launch pad when using boats to save youth from the massacre. AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , A flower and a candle are left outside a hotel where survivors of the July 22 youth camp attack are being reunited with their families in Sundvolden, some 40kms south west of Oslo, on July 24, 2011. The self-confessed author of Norway's attacks that killed at least 93 people and wounded nearly 100 more says he acted alone, police said Sunday, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, is due to appear in court in Oslo on Monday after telling police that last Friday's bombing and shooting attack was "cruel" but "necessary". AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , Police enter a hotel where survivors of the July 22 youth camp attack are being reunited with their families in Sundvolden, some 40 km south west of Oslo, on July 24, 2011. The self-confessed author of Norway's attacks that killed at least 93 people and wounded nearly 100 more says he acted alone, police said Sunday, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, is due to appear in court in Oslo on Monday after telling police that last Friday's bombing and shooting attack was "cruel" but "necessary". AFP PHOTO / JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , A woman and a man light candles in honor of the victims of the July 22 shooting spree at a Labour Party youth summer camp on the island of Utoeya, on July 24, 2011. The Utoeya island, 40km south west of Oslo, can be seen in the background. AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , TOPSHOTS Caria Naess of Norway lights a candle during a memorial service for the victims of the Oslo massacres at the Norwegian Seaman's Church in Sydney on July 24, 2011. Norwegians in Australia prayered for the victims of the twin attacks that killed at least 92 people in the worst violence seen there since World War II. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD
A young girl watch her mother placing a candle during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , A woman wipes her face during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , People mourn at the Domkirken cathedral on July 24, 2011 in Oslo before a sombre mass for the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / Jan Johannessen , Bente Ryan (L) of Norway and her husband Jeff (R) light candles during a memorial service for the victims of the Oslo massacres at the Norwegian Seaman's Church in Sydney on July 24, 2011. Norwegians in Australia prayered for the victims of the twin attacks that killed at least 92 people in the worst violence seen there since World War II. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD , People stand by flowers and candles left on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A woman lights a candle on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A flag is seen amoung flowers left by people on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A Bosnian boy looks at candles lit at the doorstep of Norwegian Embassy in Sarajevo on July 24, 2011 in memory of the vicitms of the July 22 attacks in Norway. Self-confessed Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik faces justice tomorrow, after Oslo police defended the hour it took to reach the island where most of his 93 victims died in a hail of bullets. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC , A note rests amid flowers at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , Notes and flowers are seen in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , A candle burns amid flowers at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , A note and flowers are seen at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , Flowers and candles are left in honor of the victims of the July 22 shooting spree at a Labour Party youth summer camp on the island of Utoeya, on July 24, 2011. The Utoeya island, 40km south west of Oslo, can be seen in the background. The stone jetty in the image is also one of the places which local residents used as their citizen rescuers' launch pad when using boats to save youth from the massacre. AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , A flower and a candle are left outside a hotel where survivors of the July 22 youth camp attack are being reunited with their families in Sundvolden, some 40kms south west of Oslo, on July 24, 2011. The self-confessed author of Norway's attacks that killed at least 93 people and wounded nearly 100 more says he acted alone, police said Sunday, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, is due to appear in court in Oslo on Monday after telling police that last Friday's bombing and shooting attack was "cruel" but "necessary". AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , Police enter a hotel where survivors of the July 22 youth camp attack are being reunited with their families in Sundvolden, some 40 km south west of Oslo, on July 24, 2011. The self-confessed author of Norway's attacks that killed at least 93 people and wounded nearly 100 more says he acted alone, police said Sunday, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, is due to appear in court in Oslo on Monday after telling police that last Friday's bombing and shooting attack was "cruel" but "necessary". AFP PHOTO / JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , A woman and a man light candles in honor of the victims of the July 22 shooting spree at a Labour Party youth summer camp on the island of Utoeya, on July 24, 2011. The Utoeya island, 40km south west of Oslo, can be seen in the background. AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , TOPSHOTS Caria Naess of Norway lights a candle during a memorial service for the victims of the Oslo massacres at the Norwegian Seaman's Church in Sydney on July 24, 2011. Norwegians in Australia prayered for the victims of the twin attacks that killed at least 92 people in the worst violence seen there since World War II. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD , People react as they look at a flower tributes to the victims of the July 22 bomb attack on government offices and shooting spree at a Labour party youth camp, on July 24, 2011 outside the Domkirken church in Oslo. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 93 people and wounded nearly 100 more claims he acted alone, police said today as a raid on an Oslo flat failed to find any link to the attacks. AFP PHOTO / JAN JOHANNESSEN , King Harald (C) and his family leave after attending a mass for victims of the July 22 government office bombing and shooting spree at the Labour Youth League camp at the Domkirken Church in Oslo on July 24, 2011. At least 93 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 / ODD ANDERSEN , Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg (L) comforts a young man during a mass for victims of the July 22 government office bombing and shooting spree at the Labour Youth League camp, at the Domkirken Church in Oslo on July 24, 2011. At least 94 were killed and nearly 100 were wounded 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 / ODD ANDERSEN , People react during a gathering outside the Domkirken Church in Oslo on July 24 , 2011, following a mass for victims of the July 22 government office bombing and shooting spree at a Labour Youth League camp. At least 94 were killed and nearly 100 were wounded 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 JOHANNESSEN , Two women mourn next to a flowertribute after attending a mass for victims of the July 22 government office bombing and shooting spree at a Labour Youth League came, outside the Domkirken Church in Oslo on July 24 , 2011. At least 94 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 JOHANNESSEN
A young girl watch her mother placing a candle during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , A woman wipes her face during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , People mourn at the Domkirken cathedral on July 24, 2011 in Oslo before a sombre mass for the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / Jan Johannessen , Bente Ryan (L) of Norway and her husband Jeff (R) light candles during a memorial service for the victims of the Oslo massacres at the Norwegian Seaman's Church in Sydney on July 24, 2011. Norwegians in Australia prayered for the victims of the twin attacks that killed at least 92 people in the worst violence seen there since World War II. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD , People stand by flowers and candles left on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A woman lights a candle on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A flag is seen amoung flowers left by people on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT
A young girl watch her mother placing a candle during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , A woman wipes her face during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , People mourn at the Domkirken cathedral on July 24, 2011 in Oslo before a sombre mass for the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / Jan Johannessen , Bente Ryan (L) of Norway and her husband Jeff (R) light candles during a memorial service for the victims of the Oslo massacres at the Norwegian Seaman's Church in Sydney on July 24, 2011. Norwegians in Australia prayered for the victims of the twin attacks that killed at least 92 people in the worst violence seen there since World War II. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD , People stand by flowers and candles left on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A woman lights a candle on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A flag is seen amoung flowers left by people on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A Bosnian boy looks at candles lit at the doorstep of Norwegian Embassy in Sarajevo on July 24, 2011 in memory of the vicitms of the July 22 attacks in Norway. Self-confessed Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik faces justice tomorrow, after Oslo police defended the hour it took to reach the island where most of his 93 victims died in a hail of bullets. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC , A note rests amid flowers at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , Notes and flowers are seen in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , A candle burns amid flowers at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM
A young girl watch her mother placing a candle during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , A woman wipes her face during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , People mourn at the Domkirken cathedral on July 24, 2011 in Oslo before a sombre mass for the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / Jan Johannessen
A young girl watch her mother placing a candle during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , A woman wipes her face during a gathering on July 24, 2011 in Oslo to pay tribute to the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN , People mourn at the Domkirken cathedral on July 24, 2011 in Oslo before a sombre mass for the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / Jan Johannessen , Bente Ryan (L) of Norway and her husband Jeff (R) light candles during a memorial service for the victims of the Oslo massacres at the Norwegian Seaman's Church in Sydney on July 24, 2011. Norwegians in Australia prayered for the victims of the twin attacks that killed at least 92 people in the worst violence seen there since World War II. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD , People stand by flowers and candles left on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A woman lights a candle on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A flag is seen amoung flowers left by people on July 24, 2011 in Oslo in memory the victims of a bomb explosion which ripped through government buildings and the shooting spree at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party, two days ago. The suspect in Norway's twin attacks that killed at least 92 and wounded 97 says he acted alone, police said, in a "cruel" but "necessary" slaughter planned over many months. As Norway's king and prime minister joined mourners in the cathedral, police said they are still trying to establish whether there was "one or several" shooters in the attack on Utoeya island, northwest of Oslo. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX NORWAY / ROALD, BERIT , A Bosnian boy looks at candles lit at the doorstep of Norwegian Embassy in Sarajevo on July 24, 2011 in memory of the vicitms of the July 22 attacks in Norway. Self-confessed Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik faces justice tomorrow, after Oslo police defended the hour it took to reach the island where most of his 93 victims died in a hail of bullets. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC , A note rests amid flowers at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , Notes and flowers are seen in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , A candle burns amid flowers at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , A note and flowers are seen at the foot of a statue of Norwegian Crown Princess Martha, mother of current King Harald V, in front of the Norwegian embassy in Washington on July 24, 2011. US President Barack Obama condemned the "senseless" massacre of 93 people in twin attacks in Norway as he presented his condolences to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the White House said. The self-confessed author of the attacks, in which at least 93 people died and nearly 100 others wounded, says he acted alone, police said, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims in Oslo. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM , Flowers and candles are left in honor of the victims of the July 22 shooting spree at a Labour Party youth summer camp on the island of Utoeya, on July 24, 2011. The Utoeya island, 40km south west of Oslo, can be seen in the background. The stone jetty in the image is also one of the places which local residents used as their citizen rescuers' launch pad when using boats to save youth from the massacre. AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , A flower and a candle are left outside a hotel where survivors of the July 22 youth camp attack are being reunited with their families in Sundvolden, some 40kms south west of Oslo, on July 24, 2011. The self-confessed author of Norway's attacks that killed at least 93 people and wounded nearly 100 more says he acted alone, police said Sunday, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, is due to appear in court in Oslo on Monday after telling police that last Friday's bombing and shooting attack was "cruel" but "necessary". AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , Police enter a hotel where survivors of the July 22 youth camp attack are being reunited with their families in Sundvolden, some 40 km south west of Oslo, on July 24, 2011. The self-confessed author of Norway's attacks that killed at least 93 people and wounded nearly 100 more says he acted alone, police said Sunday, as thousands attended a memorial service for the victims. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, is due to appear in court in Oslo on Monday after telling police that last Friday's bombing and shooting attack was "cruel" but "necessary". AFP PHOTO / JONATHAN NACKSTRAND , A woman and a man light candles in honor of the victims of the July 22 shooting spree at a Labour Party youth summer camp on the island of Utoeya, on July 24, 2011. The Utoeya island, 40km south west of Oslo, can be seen in the background. AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND

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