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World Press Photo, a non-profit organization based in the Netherlands, recently announced the winners of its 2012 photojournalism contest. More than 5,000 photographers from 124 countries submitted over 100,000 pictures to the competition. Top honors this year went to Samuel Aranda for his image of a woman holding a wounded relative during protests in Yemen. The prize-winning photographs will be assembled into an exhibition that will travel to 45 countries over the next year. Below is just a sample of this year's group of winners -- please visit the World Press Photo website to see them all. (See also the winners from 2011.) [32 photos]

First prize winner in the Spot News Singles category of the 2012 World Press Photo Contest, this photo by by Yuri Kozyrev, Noor Images for Time, shows rebels in Ras Lanuf, Libya, on March 11, 2011. (AP Photo/Yuri Kozyrev, Noor Images for Time)

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OSLO, Norway — The man in the police uniform shouted for the campers to come closer. When they did, he killed them.

The gunman who killed at least 68 people at an island youth camp northwest of Oslo used his disguise to lure in his victims, then shot them twice to make sure they were dead, survivors said in the village of Sundvollen, where they were taken after the massacre.

“I saw many dead people,” said 15-year old Elise, whose father, Vidar Myhre, didn’t want her to disclose her last name. She was just feet away from the gunman when he opened fire in the camp on Utoya island.

Confessed terrorist Anders Behring Breivik hoped to trigger a nationalist revolution in Norway. But his double act of mass murder and destruction seems to have stirred only dignified defiance in this wealthy, idealistic nation renowned for its commitment to peace.

Norway’s royal family and prime minister led the nation in mourning, visiting grieving relatives of the scores of youth gunned down at an island retreat, as the shell-shocked Nordic nation was gripped by reports that the gunman may not have acted alone.

The Norwegian man suspected in a bombing and shooting spree that killed at least 76 people bought six tons of fertilizer before the massacre, the supplier said Saturday as police investigated witness accounts of a second shooter.
The shooting spree began just hours after a massive explosion that ripped through an Oslo high-rise building housing the prime minister’s office.

The capital’s heart remains shattered and cordoned off following Friday’s car-bomb blast and shooting spree on a nearby island. Communities up and down this sparsely populated land have yet to bury their loved ones.

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Two women are seen leaving as rescue workers arrive to help the injured following an explosion in Oslo, Norway Friday July 22, 2011. A powerful blast tore open several Oslo buildings including the prime minister's office on Friday. One person was reportedly killed and several were injured, as the blast shattered windows and coated the street with documents. Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg is safe, government spokeswoman Camilla Ryste told The Associated Press, although it was unclear whether that meant he was uninjured. (AP Photo/Scanpix/Thomas Winje Aijord) #

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Injured people are treated by medics at the scene of an explosion near the government buildings in Norway's capital Oslo on July 22, 2011. At least one person was killed by the powerful explosion which ripped through government and media buildings. HOLM MORTEN/AFP/Getty Images #

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Pictured is an aerial view of Olso's city centre shortly after an explosion rocked the Norwegian capital on July 22, 2011. Militants are thought to have staged twin bomb and shooting attacks in Norway Friday, leaving at least 11 dead as a blast tore through government buildings and a gunman opened fire at a youth meeting of the ruling party. Many were also reported wounded from the bomb blast in central Oslo and the shooting at a summer school meeting of Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg's ruling Labour Party outside the capital. JON BREDO OVERAAS/AFP/Getty Images #

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People are treated at the scene after an explosion near the government buildings in Norway's capital Oslo on July 22, 2011. At least one person was killed by the powerful explosion which ripped through government and media buildings. THOMAS WINJE OIJORD/AFP/Getty Images #

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People are treated at the scene after an explosion near the government buildings in Norway's capital Oslo on July 22, 2011. At least one person was killed by the powerful explosion which ripped through government and media buildings. THOMAS WINJE OIJORD/AFP/Getty Images #

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People give phone calls as they stand near a burning government building in Olso on July 22, 2011. Norwegian police confirmed that people were killed and injured in Friday's explosion near government buildings in the capital Oslo. "Police can confirm there were deaths and injuries following the explosion in the government quarter this afternoon," police said in a statement. Thomas Winje/AFP/Getty Images #

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A man helps a wounded woman evacuating a building after an explosion near government buildings in Norway's capital Oslo on July 22, 2011. A powerful bomb blast rocked government and media buildings in Norway's capital Oslo on Friday, causing "deaths and injuries" and dealing heavy damage, police said. Police said a bomb was behind the explosion and Norwegian media reported that at least two people died. "A powerful explosion has taken place in the government quarter," Norwegian police said in a statement. MORTEN HOLM/AFP/Getty Images #

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Injured people are treated by medics at the scene of an explosion near the government buildings in Norway's capital Oslo on July 22, 2011. At least one person was killed by the powerful explosion which ripped through government and media buildings. HOLM MORTEN/AFP/Getty Images #

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An injured man is treated at the scene after an explosion near the government buildings in Norway's capital Oslo on July 22, 2011. At least one person was killed by the powerful explosion which ripped through government and media buildings. THOMAS WINJE OIJORD/AFP/Getty Images #

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Smoke rises from a building after a powerful bomb blast rocked government and media buildings in Norway's capital Oslo on July 22, 2011, causing "deaths and injuries" and dealing heavy damage, police said. Police said a bomb was behind the explosion and Norwegian media reported that at least two people died. Jan Johannessen/AFP/Getty Images #

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Injured people are treated by medics at the scene of an explosion near the government buildings in Norway's capital Oslo on July 22, 2011. At least one person was killed by the powerful explosion which ripped through government and media buildings. ROALD, BERIT/AFP/Getty Images #

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Firefigthers evacuate two victims after an explosion near government buildings in Norway's capital Oslo on July 22, 2011. A powerful bomb blast rocked government and media buildings in Norway's capital Oslo on Friday, causing "deaths and injuries" and dealing heavy damage, police said. Police said a bomb was behind the explosion and Norwegian media reported that at least two people died. "A powerful explosion has taken place in the government quarter," Norwegian police said in a statement. ROALD BERIT/AFP/Getty Images #

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A young victim is helped in the centre of Oslo, Friday July 22, 2011, following an explosion that tore open several buildings including the prime minister's office, shattering windows and covering the street with documents.(AP Photo/Winje Ä‚jijord, Scanpix Norway) #

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Emergency workers attend the scene after an explosion in Oslo, Norway, Friday July 22, 2011. A loud explosion shattered windows Friday at the government headquarters in Oslo which includes the prime minister's office, injuring several people. Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg is safe, government spokeswoman Camilla Ryste told The Associated Press. (AP PHOTO / Holm Morten, Scanpix) #

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Firefigthers evacuate two victims after an explosion near government buildings in Norway's capital Oslo on July 22, 2011. A powerful bomb blast rocked government and media buildings in Norway's capital Oslo on Friday, causing "deaths and injuries" and dealing heavy damage, police said. Police said a bomb was behind the explosion and Norwegian media reported that at least two people died. "A powerful explosion has taken place in the government quarter," Norwegian police said in a statement. ROALD BERIT/AFP/Getty Images #

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Injured people are escorted from the area of an explosion in central Oslo Friday, July 22, 2011. Terrorism ravaged long-peaceful Norway on Friday when a bomb ripped open buildings including the prime minister's office and a man dressed as a police officer opened fire at a nearby island youth camp. (AP Photo/Scanpix, Berit Roald) #

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A man comforts a woman after an explosion near government buildings in Norway's capital Oslo on July 22, 2011. A powerful bomb blast rocked government and media buildings in Norway's capital Oslo on Friday, causing "deaths and injuries" and dealing heavy damage, police said. Police said a bomb was behind the explosion and Norwegian media reported that at least two people died. "A powerful explosion has taken place in the government quarter," Norwegian police said in a statement. MORTEN HOLM/AFP/Getty Images #

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A victim is carried to a waiting ambulance in central Oslo, Friday July 22, 2011, following an explosion that tore open several buildings including the prime minister's office, shattering windows and covering the street with documents.(AP Photo/Berit Roald, Scanpix, Norway) #

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The wreckage of a car lies outside a building in the centre of Oslo, Friday July 22, 2010, following an explosion that tore open several buildings including the prime minister's office, shattering windows and covering the street with documents.(AP Photo/Roald Berit, Scanpix, Norway) #

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A detail of the devastation caused to a building in Oslo, Norway, after a powerful blast tore open several buildings, Friday July 22, 2011. A loud explosion shattered windows Friday in several building including the government headquarters in Oslo which includes the prime minister's office, injuring several people. Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg is safe, government spokeswoman Camilla Ryste told The Associated Press. (AP PHOTO / Holm Morten, Scanpix) #

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Medics tend to people injured in an explosion in Norway's capital Oslo on July 22, 2011. A powerful bomb blast rocked government and media buildings in Norway's capital Oslo on Friday, causing "deaths and injuries" and dealing heavy damage, police said. Police said a bomb was behind the explosion and Norwegian media reported that at least two people died. "A powerful explosion has taken place in the government quarter," Norwegian police said in a statement. ROALD BERIT/AFP/Getty Images #

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Emergency workers, left, attend the scene as the building burns after a powerful explosion tore open several buildings in Oslo, Norway, Friday July 22, 2011. A loud explosion shattered windows Friday at the government headquarters in Oslo which includes the prime minister's office, injuring several people. Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg is safe, government spokeswoman Camilla Ryste told The Associated Press. (AP PHOTO / Holm Morten, Scanpix) #

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Blood smears the pavement, as a victim is treated outside government buildings in the centre of Oslo, Friday July 22, 2011, following an explosion that tore open several buildings including the prime minister's office, shattering windows and covering the street with documents.(AP Photo/Fartein Rudjord) #

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Damaged windows in a building in central Oslo, Friday July 22, 2011, following an explosion that tore open several buildings including the prime minister's office, shattering windows and covering the street with documents.(AP Photo/Berit Roald, Scanpix, Norway) #

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An injured woman is helped by a passerby, in a doorway in Oslo, Norway, Friday July 22, 2011, following an explosion that tore open several buildings including the prime minister's office, shattering windows and covering the street with documents and debris. The Prime Minister is not hurt. (AP Photo/Morten Holm, Scanpix, Norway) #

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The scene after an explosion in Oslo, Norway, Friday July 22, 2011. A loud explosion shattered windows Friday at the government headquarters in Oslo which includes the prime minister's office, injuring several people. Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg is safe, government spokeswoman Camilla Ryste told The Associated Press. (AP PHOTO / Holm Morten, Scanpix) #

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Debris covers the street outside buildings in the centre of Oslo, Friday July 22, 2010, following an explosion that tore open several buildings including the prime minister's office, shattering windows and covering the street with documents.(AP Photo/Fartein Rudjord) #

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Victims receive treatment outside government buildings in the centre of Oslo, Friday July 22, 2010, following an explosion that tore open several buildings including the prime minister's office, shattering windows and covering the street with documents.(AP Photo/Fartein Rudjord) #

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Shattered windows of a major building after an explosion in Oslo, Norway, Friday July 22, 2011. A loud explosion shattered windows Friday at the government headquarters in Oslo which includes the prime minister's office, injuring several people. Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg is safe, government spokeswoman Camilla Ryste told The Associated Press. (AP PHOTO / Berit Roald, Scanpix) #

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A tracked high speed mist fan is used to drag a damaged vehicle away from a building in central Oslo, Friday July 22, 2011, following an explosion that tore open several buildings including the prime minister's office, shattering windows and covering the street with documents.(AP Photo/Berit Roald, Scanpix, Norway) #

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In this photo taken by Vergard M. Aas, a Norwegian crime reporter who responded to the scene of a mass shooting on Utoya Island, Norway, victims lie near the shoreline approximately one hour after police say a man dressed as a police officer gunned down youths as they ran and even swam for their lives at a camp which was organized by the youth wing of the ruling Labor Party, Friday July 22, 2011. Police say the suspect in this shooting set off a fatal explosion hours earlier in the Norwegian capital of Oslo, (AP Photo/Presse 3.0, Vegard M. Aas) #

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A swat team aim their weapons while people take cover during a shoot out at Utoeya island, some 40 km south west of the capital Oslo on July 22, 2011. At least 17 were killed in Friday's attacks in Norway, a bombing in central Oslo and a series of shootings on an island just outside the capital, and the figure could rise, a senior police officer said. Police had also found explosives on the island of Utoeya, where a gunman opened fire on young people at a summer camp organised by the ruling Labour Party, Sveinung Sponheim, acting commissioner for Oslo police, told reporters. Jan Bjerkeli/AFP/Getty Images #

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A wounded woman is brought ashore opposite Utaoya island (in the distance) after being rescued from a gunman who went on a killing rampage targeting participants in a Norwegian Labour Party youth organization event on the island, some 40 km southwest of Oslo, on July 22 , 2011. At least 17 were killed in Friday's attacks in Norway, a bombing in central Oslo and a series of shootings on the island, and the figure could rise, a senior police officer said. Police had also found explosives on the island of Utoeya, where a gunman opened fire on young people at a summer camp organized by the ruling Labour Party, Sveinung Sponheim, acting commissioner for Oslo police, told reporters. Svein Gustav Wilhelmsen/AFP/Getty Images #

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Norwegian police continue searches on Utoya island following Friday's twin extremist attacks, on July 24, 2011 in Norway. A man named as Anders Behring Breivik was arrested and is being held as the primary suspect following a bomb blast at a government building in Oslo and a shooting massacre on nearby Utoya island that killed 92 people in all on July 22. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images) #

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Medics and emergency workers escort an injured person from a camp site on the island of Utoya, Norway Saturday July 23, 2011. A Norwegian dressed as a police officer gunned down at least 84 people at an island retreat, police said Saturday. Investigators are still searching the surrounding waters, where people fled the attack, which followed an explosion in nearby Oslo that killed seven. (AP Photo/Morten Edvardsen/Scanpix) #

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Emergency workers search for bodies beneath the water off the island of Utoya, Saturday, July 23, 2011. A Norwegian dressed as a police officer gunned down at least 84 people at an island youth retreat before being arrested, police said Saturday. Investigators are still searching the surrounding waters, where people fled the attack, which followed an explosion in nearby Oslo that killed seven. The mass shootings are among the worst in history. With the blast outside the prime minister's office, they formed the deadliest day of terror in Western Europe since the 2004 Madrid train bombings killed 191. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham) #

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A wounded woman is brought ashore opposite Utaoya island (in the distance) after being rescued from a gunman who went on a killing rampage targeting participants in a Norwegian Labour Party youth organisation event on the island, some 40 km southwest of Oslo, on July 22 , 2011. At least 17 were killed in Friday's attacks in Norway, a bombing in central Oslo and a series of shootings on the island, and the figure could rise, a senior police officer said. Police had also found explosives on the island of Utoeya, where a gunman opened fire on young people at a summer camp organised by the ruling Labour Party, Sveinung Sponheim, acting commissioner for Oslo police, told reporters. Svein Gustav Wilhelmsen/AFP/Getty Images #

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Rescue workers evacuate young people from the summer school meeting organised by the ruling Labour Party on Utoeya, an island outside the capital, on July 23, 2011. Norwegian police on described the main suspect in twin bomb and shooting attacks that left at least 91 dead as a Christian fundamentalist. A police official said that information gleaned on the internet suggested the 32-year-old ethnic Norwegian was a "Christian fundamentalist." At least 84 people died in the shooting in Utoeya, while seven were killed when a powerful bomb ripped through central Oslo, where the prime minister's office and several government buildings are located. Morten Edvarsen/AFP/Getty Images #

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Medics and emergency workers escort youths from a camp site on the island of Utoya, Norway Saturday July 23, 2011. A Norwegian dressed as a police officer gunned down at least 84 people at an island retreat, police said Saturday. Investigators are still searching the surrounding waters, where people fled the attack, which followed an explosion in nearby Oslo that killed seven. (AP Photo/Morten Edvardsen/Scanpix) #

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Survivors of the Utoeya island shooting at the Norwegian Labour Party youth summer camp are reunited with their families at Sundvolden, some 40 km south west of Oslo, on July 23 , 2011. At least 92 were killed in Friday's attacks in Norway, a bombing in central Oslo and a shooting spree 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. ODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty Images #

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This is an aerial view of Utoya Island, Norway, taken Thursday, July 21, 2011. Police say they are sending anti-terror police to a youth camp outside Oslo after reports of a shooting there following the bomb blast at the government headquarters. The news site VG reported that a man dressed in a police uniform opened fire at the camp. It says several people were injured. Oslo police chief Anstein Gjengdal said anti-terror units were being sent to the camp at Utoya, outside the Norwegian capital. He had no other information on that incident, which came hours after a bomb blast outside the government headquarters killed at least two people and injured 15. (AP Photo/Mapaid, Lasse Tur) #

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Unidentified survivors from the shooting at an island youth retreat react outside a hotel where survivors were being reunited with their families in Sundvolden, Norway, Saturday, July 23, 2011. A Norwegian dressed as a police officer gunned down at least 84 people at an island youth retreat before being arrested, police said Saturday. Investigators are still searching the surrounding waters, where people tried to flee from the attack, which followed an explosion in nearby Oslo city centre. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham) #

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Norway's twin terror attacks suspect Anders Behring Breivik, left, sits in an armored police vehicle after leaving the courthouse following a hearing in Oslo Monday July 25, 2011 where he pleaded not guilty to one of the deadliest modern mass killings in peacetime. The man who has confessed to carrying out a bombing and shooting spree that left 93 people dead in Norway will be held in complete isolation for four weeks after a hearing in which he said his terror network had two other cells. (AP Photo/Aftenposten/Jon-Are Berg-Jacobsen) NORWAY OUT #

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Unidentified survivors from the shooting at an island youth retreat react outside a hotel where survivors are being reunited with their families in Sundvolden, Norway, Saturday, July 23, 2011. A Norwegian dressed as a police officer gunned down at least 84 people at an island youth retreat before being arrested, police said Saturday. Investigators are still searching the surrounding waters, where people tried to flee from the attack, which followed an explosion in nearby Oslo city centre. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham) #

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Elizabeth Amundsen, 16, holds a rose and cries as thousands of people gather at a memorial vigil following Friday's twin extremist attacks on July 25 ,2011 in Oslo, Norway. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, claimed that he has "two more cells" working with him as he appeared in court today following a bomb blast at a government building in Oslo and a shooting massacre on nearby Utoya Island that killed at least 76 people in all. The death toll was originally reported as 93. Breivik has been detained for eight weeks, four of which in full isolation.(Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images) #

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Friends and loved ones gather at the Oslo cathedral to mourn 93 victims killed in twin terror attacks from a bombing in downtown Oslo and a mass shooting on Utoya island on July 24 ,2011in Oslo, Norway. So far seven people have been confirmed dead from the bomb attack and 85 on Utoya. Norwegian Anders Behring Breivik has confessed saying that he acted alone though he has not pleaded guilty. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images) #

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Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg holds his hands behind his back as he addresses media after visiting survivors of the massacre at the Norwegian Labour Party youth summer camp who are being reunited with their families at Sundvolden some 40 km south west of Oslo on July 23 , 2011. At least 91 were killed in Friday's attacks in Norway, a bombing in central Oslo and a shooting spree 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 (Photo credit should read ODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty Images) #

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Friends and loved ones gather at the Oslo cathedral to mourn 93 victims killed in twin terror attacks from a bombing in downtown Oslo and a mass shooting on Utoya island on July 24 ,2011in Oslo, Norway. So far seven people have been confirmed dead from the bomb attack and 85 on Utoya. Norwegian Anders Behring Breivik has confessed saying that he acted alone though he has not pleaded guilty. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images) #

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Friends and loved ones gather at the Oslo cathedral to mourn 93 victims killed in twin terror attacks from a bombing in downtown Oslo and a mass shooting on Utoya island on July 24 ,2011in Oslo, Norway. So far seven people have been confirmed dead from the bomb attack and 85 on Utoya. Norwegian Anders Behring Breivik has confessed saying that he acted alone though he has not pleaded guilty. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images) #

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Members of the public pay their respects near Utoya Island following Friday's twin extremist attacks, on July 24, 2011 in Norway. A man, named as Anders Behring Breivik, 32, has been arrested and is being held as the primary suspect following the bomb blast at a government building in Oslo and a shooting masscare on nearby Utoya island that killed at least 93 people in total. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images) #

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Relatives gather to observe a minutes silence opposite Utoya Island, following Friday's twin extremist attacks on July 25, 2011 in Utoya Island, Norway. A man named as Anders Behring Breivik has been arrested and is appearing in court today as the primary suspect following a bomb blast at a government building in Oslo and a shooting massacre on nearby Utoya Island that killed 92 people in all. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images) #

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Elizabeth Amundsen,16, (L) and Tiril Killi, 16, comfort each other as thousands of people gather at a memorial vigil following Friday's twin extremist attacks on July 25 ,2011 in Oslo, Norway. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, claimed that he has "two more cells" working with him as he appeared in court today following a bomb blast at a government building in Oslo and a shooting massacre on nearby Utoya Island that killed at least 76 people in all. The death toll was originally reported as 93. Breivik has been detained for eight weeks, four of which in full isolation.(Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images) #

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Prime Minister of Norway Jens Stoltenberg (L) holds his wife Ingrid Schulerud as thousands of people gather at a memorial vigil following Friday's twin extremist attacks on July 25 ,2011 in Oslo, Norway. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, claimed that he has "two more cells" working with him as he appeared in court today following a bomb blast at a government building in Oslo and a shooting massacre on nearby Utoya Island that killed at least 76 people in all. The death toll was originally reported as 93. Breivik has been detained for eight weeks, four of which in full isolation.(Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images) #

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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. TORSTEN BLACKWOOD/AFP/Getty Images #

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Tiril Killi, 16, cries as hundreds of thousands of people gather at a memorial vigil following Friday's twin extremist attacks, July 25, 2011 in Oslo, Norway. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, claimed that he has "two more cells" working with him as he appeared in court today following a bomb blast at a government building in Oslo and a shooting massacre on nearby Utoya Island that killed at least 76 people in all. The death toll was originally reported as 93. (Photo by Paula Bronstein /Getty Images) #

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Candles are lit as people gather outside the Oslo Cathedral to mourn and show their respect for the victims of the July 22 shooting at a Norwegian Labour Youth League camp, on July 23, 2011. Police said they were questioning a Christian fundamentalist Saturday over twin attacks on a youth camp and the government headquarters that killed 92 people in Norway's deadliest post-war tragedy. As harrowing testimony emerged from the holiday island where scores of youngsters were mown down by a gunman dressed as a policeman, Norway's premier said the country would emerge stronger from the "cruel act of violence". Jan Johannessen/AFP/Getty Images #

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A Norwegian woman reacts as hundreds of thousands of people gather at a memorial vigil following Friday's twin extremist attacks, July 25, 2011 in Oslo, Norway. Anders Behring Breivik, 32, claimed that he has "two more cells" working with him as he appeared in court today following a bomb blast at a government building in Oslo and a shooting massacre on nearby Utoya Island that killed at least 76 people in all. The death toll was originally reported as 93. (Photo by Paula Bronstein /Getty Images) #

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Thousands attend a vigil walk near Utoya Island on July 26, 2011 in Sundvolden, Norway. Norwegian Anders Behring Breivik, 32, has been detained for eight weeks, four of which in full isolation, for the bomb blast and shooting massacre on July 22, 2011. A reported 76 people died in the mass killing. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images) #

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A survivor (2nd,L) of the Utoeya island shooting at the Norwegian Labour Party youth summer camp is reunited with her parents at Sundvolden, some 40 km south west of Oslo, on July 23 , 2011. At least 91 were killed in Friday's attacks in Norway, a bombing in central Oslo and a shooting spree 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. ODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty Images #

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Police and emergency personel takes care of survivors of the Utoeya island shooting at the Norwegian Labour Party youth summer camp at Sundvolden, some 40 km south west of Oslo on July 23 , 2011. At least 91 were killed in Friday's attacks in Norway, a bombing in central Oslo and a shooting spree 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. ODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty Images #

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People gather outside the Oslo Cathedral to mourn and show their respect for the victims of the July 22 shooting at a Norwegian Labour Youth League camp, in front of flowers and candles on July 23, 2011. Police said they were questioning a Christian fundamentalist Saturday over twin attacks on a youth camp and the government headquarters that killed 91 people in Norway's deadliest post-war tragedy. As harrowing testimony emerged from the holiday island where scores of youngsters were mown down by a gunman dressed as a policeman, Norway's premier said the country would emerge stronger from the "cruel act of violence". Jan Johannessen/AFP/Getty Images #

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Survivors of the Utoeya island shooting at the Norwegian Labour Party youth summer camp wait to be united with their families at Sundvolden, some 40 km south west of Oslo on July 23, 2011. At least 92 were killed in Friday's attacks in Norway, a bombing in central Oslo and a shooting spree 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. ODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty Images #

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People gather outside the Oslo Cathedral to mourn and show their respect for the victims of the July 22 shooting at a Norwegian Labour Youth League camp, in front of flowers and candles on July 23, 2011. Police said they were questioning a Christian fundamentalist Saturday over twin attacks on a youth camp and the government headquarters that killed 91 people in Norway's deadliest post-war tragedy. As harrowing testimony emerged from the holiday island where scores of youngsters were mown down by a gunman dressed as a policeman, Norway's premier said the country would emerge stronger from the "cruel act of violence". Jan Johannessen/AFP/Getty Images #

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The farm house of Anders Behring Breivik, the primary suspect held in connection with the bomb blast in downtown Oslo and the killing spree on the nearby Utoya island on July 22, 2011, is seen on July 23, 2011, at Aamot in Hedmark, eastern Norway. Jo E Brenden/AFP/Getty Images #

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People stand by flowers as they gather on July 23, 2011 in Oslo to mourn and show their respect for the victims of the July 22 twin attacks. Police said they were questioning a Christian fundamentalist today over twin attacks on a youth camp and the government headquarters that killed 92 people in Norway's deadliest post-war tragedy. JONATHAN NACKSTRAND/AFP/Getty Images #

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Norwegian Prince Sverre Magnus and Princess Ingrid Alexandra hold hands during a candle lighting ceremony at Oslo Cathedral on July 23, 2011, in respect of the victims of July 22 bomb attack in Oslo and shooting rampage at a youth camp on the Utoeya island near Oslo. Police said they were questioning a right-wing Christian on Saturday over the massacre of 92 people in a killing spree that Norway's prime minister said had turned an island paradise into hell on earth. Vegard Groett/AFP/Getty Images #

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A group of young people mourn for the victims of the July 22 shooting at a Norwegian Labour Youth League camp, on July 23, 2011 outside the Oslo Cathedral. Police said they were questioning a Christian fundamentalist Saturday over twin attacks on a youth camp and the government headquarters that killed 92 people in Norway's deadliest post-war tragedy. As harrowing testimony emerged from the holiday island where scores of youngsters were mown down by a gunman dressed as a policeman, Norway's premier said the country would emerge stronger from the "cruel act of violence". Jan Johannessen/AFP/Getty Images #

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A young boy carry roses 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. ODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty Images #

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Two young woman mourn 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. ODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty Images #

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People crowd on July 24, 2011 in Oslo around a flower 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. ODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty Images #

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Roses lie on a balcony overlooking a vigil in Oslo attended by some 150,000 people holding flowers in a show of solidarity with the victims of recent attacks in Norway, on July 25, 2011. At least 76 were killed on July 22 in a bombing of government buildings in central Oslo and a series of shootings at a Labour Party youth camp on an island just outside the capital. Central Oslo streets were closed to traffic because of the vigil, which had originally been planned as a "flower march" but it was decided that people should stay in one place because of the large numbers turning up. ODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty Images #

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A group of paramedics place flowers on a makeshift memorial outside the Domkirken church in Oslo on July 25, 2011. A minute of silence was observed across Norway at midday , an hour before the confessed perpetrator was due in court for his attack on government buildings and the massacre on the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party where at least 93 were killed in Friday's attacks in Norway. JONATHAN NACKSTRAND/AFP/Getty Images #

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Relatives of a victim gather to observe a minute's silence on a campsite jetty on the Norwegian mainland, across the water from Utoya island, seen in the background, where people have been placing floral tributes in memory of those killed in the shooting massacre on the island, Monday, July 25, 2011. An Oslo district court judge decides to hold the arraignment for the suspect in the twin attacks in Norway behind closed doors, depriving him of the platform he's looking for to air his belief that Europe must be saved from Muslim colonization. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham) #

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Rescue workers prepare a small submarine in Utoya, Norway, Sunday, July 24, 2011. A Norwegian dressed as a police officer gunned down at least 85 people on the island before being arrested Friday, police said. Rescue workers were still searching Sunday for the bodies of other possible victims who tried to escape the massacre on the island.(AP Photo/Frank Augstein) #

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A Norwegian man lights a candle to pay tribute to victims of the twin attacks near the Domkirke church on Friday, in central Oslo, Norway, Saturday, July 23, 2011. A massive bombing Friday in the heart of Oslo was followed by a horrific shooting spree on an island hosting a youth retreat for the prime minister's center-left party. A Norwegian with reported Christian fundamentalist, anti-Muslim views, was suspected in both attacks. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti) #

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A young boy throws a rose into the lake opposite to the island of Utoya, Norway, Sunday, July 24, 2011. A Norwegian dressed as a police officer gunned down at least 84 people at an island youth retreat on Friday before being arrested . Investigators are still searching the surrounding waters, where people fled the attack, which followed an explosion in nearby Oslo that killed seven. (AP Photo/Frank Augstein) #

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Mourning roses cast by sympathizers float in the lake near the island of Utoya, Norway, Sunday, July 24, 2011. A Norwegian dressed as a police officer gunned down at least 84 people at an island youth retreat on Friday before being arrested. Investigators are still searching the surrounding waters, where people fled the attack, which followed an explosion in nearby Oslo that killed seven. (AP Photo/Frank Augstein) #

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People light candles in memory of the victims of the attacks on Norway's government headquarters in Oslo and an island youth retreat, as they pay their respects at Oslo Cathedral, Sunday, July 24, 2011. A Norwegian man detonated a bomb in central Oslo and then gunned down at least 84 people at Utoya island youth retreat, on Friday before being arrested. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham) #

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People react as they pay tribute to victims of the twin attacks before a memorial service at Oslo Cathedral, Sunday, July 24, 2011. The man blamed for the terrorist attacks on Norway's government headquarters and an island retreat for young people that left scores dead was motivated by a desire to bring about a revolution in Norwegian society, his lawyer said Sunday. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti) #

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A woman fixes a rose at a fence at the bomb site in Oslo, Norway, Monday, July 25, 2011 in memory of the victims of Friday's bomb and shooting massacre. A judge denied Anders Behring Breivik the public stage he wanted to air his anti-Muslim rants and call for revolution on Monday, ruling that the first hearing for the man who has confessed to Norway's twin terror attacks be held behind closed doors. (AP Photo/Frank Augstein) #

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

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A man holds a rose at the bomb site in Oslo, Norway, Monday, July 25, 2011 in memory of the victims of Friday's bomb and shooting massacre. A judge denied Anders Behring Breivik the public stage he wanted to air his anti-Muslim rants and call for revolution on Monday, ruling that the first hearing for the man who has confessed to Norway's twin terror attacks be held behind closed doors. (AP Photo/Frank Augstein) #

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A condolence book that U.S. President Barack Obama signed for the victims of the attacks in Norway lies on a table at the Norwegian Embassy July 26, 2011 in Washington, DC. Seventy-six people were killed in a bomb blast and shooting spree July 22 in Oslo Norway. (Photo by Dennis Brack-Pool/Getty Images) #

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A woman holds a rose as she arrive to pay tribute to victims of the twin attacks at a memorial service at Oslo Cathedral, Sunday, July 24, 2011. The man blamed for attacks on Norway's government headquarters and an island retreat for young people 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. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti) #

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A woman mourns in Sundvollen, close to Utoya island, where gunman Anders Behring Breivik killed at least 68 people, near Oslo, Norway, Tuesday, July 26, 2011. Norwegian police on Tuesday began releasing the names of those killed in last week's bomb blast and massacre at a youth camp, an announcement likely to bring new collective grief to an already reeling nation. (AP Photo/Ferdinand Ostrop) #

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Mourning roses cast by sympathizers float in the lake near the island of Utoya, Norway, Sunday, July 24, 2011. A Norwegian dressed as a police officer gunned down at least 84 people at an island youth retreat on Friday before being arrested. Investigators are still searching the surrounding waters, where people fled the attack, which followed an explosion in nearby Oslo that killed seven. (AP Photo/Frank Augstein) #

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Two young women stand in silence after placing flower near Sundvollen close to the Utoya island, near Oslo, Norway, Tuesday, July 26, 2011, where a gunman Anders Behring Breivik killed at least 68 people. The defense lawyer for the man who confessed to the mass killings of government workers and Labor Party youth in Norway told The Associated Press on Tuesday that there's no way his client will walk free, saying Anders Behring Breivik's rampage was absurd and horrible and he's likely insane. (AP Photo/Ferdinand Ostrop) #

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A large crowd takes part in a rose walk in Oslo, Norway, Monday, July 25, 2011 after last week's attack that claimed the lives of at least 76 people. Officials in Norway formally charged 32-year-old Anders Breivik with violating the country's anti-terrorism laws and remanded him to solitary confinement for the next four weeks. (Jorg Carstensen/DPA/Abaca Press/MCT) #

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Tributes are left at Smmerapen Norderhov kirke during a memorial service following friday's twin extremist attacks, on July 24, 2011 in Oslo, Norway. A man named as Anders Behring Breivik has been arrested and is being held as the primary suspect following a bomb blast at a government building in Oslo yesterday and a shooting masscare on nearby Utoya island that killed 92 people in all. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images) #

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