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Massacre in Norway

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People react as they look at a flower tributes to the victims of the July 22 bomb attack on government offices and shooitng sprre at a Labour party youth camp 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. (July 24, 2011) Photo Credit: Getty Images

A pair of attacks -- a bombing in downtown Oslo and a shooting massacre at a youth camp outside the capital -- left 93 people dead in Norway July 22, 2011.

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People react 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 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. (July 24, 2011)

Norwegian leader of the opposition Hoyre party or
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Norwegian leader of the opposition Hoyre party or Conservative Party, Erna Solberg (L), leader of the Fremskrittspartiet or Progress party, Siv Jensen (2nd R), and other Ministers attend 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. 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. (July 24, 2011)

Norway's Princess Martha (L) and huband Ari Behn
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Norway's Princess Martha (L) and huband Ari Behn bid farewell to the clergy after a mass for victims of the government office bombing and youth camp massacre at 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. (July 24, 2011)

People react as they look at a flower
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People react as they look at a flower tributes to the victims of the July 22 bomb attack on government offices and shooitng sprre at a Labour party youth camp 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. (July 24, 2011)

People lay flowers in front of the Norwegian
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People lay flowers in front of the Norwegian Embassy in Moscow, Russia, in memory of the explosion and shooting victims. The man blamed for attacks on Norway's government headquarters and a youth retreat that left at least 93 dead said he was motivated by a desire to bring about a revolution in Norwegian society, his lawyer said Sunday. (July 24, 2011)

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A woman lays flowers at Norway's embassy in Berlin on July 23, 2011.

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People gather Saturday outside the Oslo Cathedral to mourn and show their respect for the victims of the July 22 shooting at a Norwegian Labour Youth League camp. (July 23, 2011)

Flowers and candles are left outside Norway's embassy
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Flowers and candles are left outside Norway's embassy in Berlin on July 23, 2011.

A survivor of the Utoya island shooting spree
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A survivor of the Utoya island shooting spree is reunited with a relative at Sundvolden, some 25 miles southwest of Oslo on July 23 , 2011. Police said a gunman opened fire Friday at the Norwegian Labour Party youth summer camp, killing some 90 people.

Anders Behring Breivik, seen in an undated photograph
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Anders Behring Breivik, seen in an undated photograph taken from Facebook.com, is the central suspect of the Norway terror attacks on July 22, 2011.

Anders Behring Breivik, 32, seen in an undated
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Anders Behring Breivik, 32, seen in an undated photo taken from Facebook.com, is the central suspect in the shooting attack on the Norwegian island of Utoya that killed some 90 people on July 22, 2011.

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The wreckage of a car lies outside a building housing the prime minister's office in the center of Oslo on Friday after an explosion that tore open several buildings including the prime minister's office, shattering windows and covering the street with documents and debris. (July 22, 2011)

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Police set up a checkpoint outside Oslo's Ullevaal Hospital, one of the hospitals where many of those injured were taken when an explosion in the center of Oslo on Friday tore open several buildings, including the prime minister's office, shattering windows and covering the street with documents. (July 22, 2011)

The wreckage of a car lies outside a
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The wreckage of a car lies outside a building housing the prime minister's office in the center of Oslo on Friday after an explosion there that police attributed to one or more bombs. The explosion shattered windows, covering the street with documents and debris. (July 22, 2011)

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An injured woman is assisted leaving a damaged building in Oslo on Friday after an explosion rocked the capital. Terrorism ravaged long-peaceful Norway on Friday when a bomb ripped open buildings, including the prime minister's office; later a man dressed as a police officer opened fire at a nearby youth camp. (July 22, 2011)

Smoke rises from the central area of Oslo
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Smoke rises from the central area of Oslo on Friday after an explosion police in Norway attributed to one or more bombs. (July 22, 2011)

An person injured Friday at the youth camp
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An person injured Friday at the youth camp on the island of Utoya is taken from a helicopter into the Ullevaal Hospital in Oslo. At Utoya, an island outside Oslo, a gunman dressed in a police uniform opened fire at a Labor Party youth camp, shooting several youths, party spokesman Per Gunnar Dahl told The Associated Press. (July 22, 2011)

Emergency service workers rest in central Oslo on
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Emergency service workers rest in central Oslo on Friday after an explosion rocked the capital city. Terrorism reportedly ravaged long-peaceful Norway on Friday when a bomb ripped open buildings including the prime minister's office and a man dressed as a police officer opened fire at a nearby island youth camp. (July 22, 2011)

An person injured Friday at the youth camp
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An person injured Friday at the youth camp on the island of Utoya is taken from a helicopter into the Ullevaal Hospital in Oslo. At Utoya, an island outside Oslo, a gunman dressed in a police uniform opened fire at a Labor Party youth camp, shooting several youths, party spokesman Per Gunnar Dahl told The Associated Press. (July 22, 2011)

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A tracked high-speed mist fan is used to drag a damaged vehicle away from a building in central Oslo after an explosion that tore open several buildings, including the prime minister's office, shattering windows and covering the street with documents. (July 22, 2011)

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Debris covers the street outside buildings in the center of Oslo after bombs exploded there Friday. (July 22, 2011)

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In this image taken from TV, smoke and flames billow from the shattered windows of a building after an explosion in Oslo. (July 22, 2011)

Smoke rises from buildings in Oslo at the
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Smoke rises from buildings in Oslo at the scene of a large explosion, attributed to one or more bombs, that tore apart several buildings. (July 22, 2011)

Debris covers the area outside a building in
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Debris covers the area outside a building in the center of Oslo after explosions attributed to one or more bombs rocked the city Friday. (July 22, 2011)

A victim of explosions that police attributed to
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A victim of explosions that police attributed to one or more bombs is treated outside government buildings in the center of Oslo. (July 22, 2011)

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Victims receive treatment outside government buildings in the center of Oslo. Police said several people were killed and many more were injured in what appeared to be bombings. (July 22, 2011)

Smoke pours from a building in the center
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Smoke pours from a building in the center of Oslo after apparent bomb blasts that killed several and injured many on Friday. (July 22, 2011)

The wreckage of a car lies outside a
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The wreckage of a car lies outside a building in the center of Oslo after apparent bomb blasts on Friday that were followed by a shooting at a youth camp. (July 22, 2011)

Emergency workers, left, are on the scene as
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Emergency workers, left, are on the scene as a building burns after a powerful explosion tore open several buildings in Oslo, killing at least two and injuring several people Friday. (July 22, 2011)

A woman walks through debris in a street
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A woman walks through debris in a street after an explosion in Oslo on Friday. (July 22, 2011)

A detail of the devastation caused to a
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A detail of the devastation caused to a building in Oslo after a powerful blast tore open several buildings. Oslo police attributed the explosion, which killed at least two people and injured more, to a bomb. (July 22, 2011)

Explosions that Oslo police attributed to one or
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Explosions that Oslo police attributed to one or more bombs shattered windows of a major building in the city Friday, killing two people and injuring more. (July 22, 2011)

Emergency workers respond to the scene after an
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Emergency workers respond to the scene after an explosion, attributed to one or more bombs, in Oslo killed two people and injured more on Friday. (July 22, 2011)

People are treated at the scene after an
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People are treated at the scene after an explosion in Oslo on Friday. Police said the explosion near government headquarters was caused by one or more bombs and killed at least two people. (July 22, 2011)

A building burns behind injured people being treated
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A building burns behind injured people being treated at the scene of a reported bombing Friday in Oslo. Police said explosions in the city that killed at least people were caused by one or more bombs. (July 22, 2011)

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