Members of the public stand near flower tributes as they...

Members of the public stand near flower tributes as they grieve following a "mass for sorrow and hope" held in Oslo Cathedral in the aftermath of the terror attacks on Norway's government headquarters in Oslo and a youth retreat on Utoya island. Police said Sunday they are conducting an operation in a residential neighborhood of Oslo, and police spokesman Anders Fridenberg would give no other details about the action. Survivors of the massacre have said there were two assailants, and police have said they were looking into those accounts and had not ruled out a second suspect. (July 24, 2011) Credit: AP

Police say the suspect in twin attacks in Norway still had a lot of ammunition when he surrendered.

Anders Behring Breivik is accused of planting a bomb in downtown Oslo, then opening fire on young people attending an island political retreat. He surrendered once a SWAT team reached him, but 86 people died on the island before that. Another seven were killed in the bombing in the capital.

Police Chief Sveinung Sponheim said Sunday that Breivij still had "a considerable amount" of ammunition for both of his weapons when he gave himself up.

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