Norway Massacre

  Anders Behring Breivik in conversation with member of his defence team Vibeke Hein Baera in the courtroom in Oslo Wednesday, April 25, 2012. After testifying for five days, Anders Behring Breivik listened silently Tuesday as others described the mayhem caused by his bombing of Oslo's government district, a scene one witness described as a "war zone." Forensic experts explained the massive injuries to four of the eight victims killed by the 950-kilogram (2,100-pound) fertilizer bomb on July 22. Breivik admits to the bombing and a subsequent shooting massacre at a Labor Party youth camp that left 69 people dead, most of them teenagers. (AP Photo/Hakon Mosvold Larsen, Pool)
Anders Behring Breivik in conversation with member of his defence team Vibeke Hein Baera in the courtroom in Oslo Wednesday, April 25, 2012. After testifying for five days, Anders Behring Breivik listened silently Tuesday as others described the mayhem caused by his bombing of Oslo's government district, a scene one witness described as a "war zone." Forensic experts explained the massive injuries to four of the eight victims killed by the 950-kilogram (2,100-pound) fertilizer bomb on July 22. Breivik admits to the bombing and a subsequent shooting massacre at a Labor Party youth camp that left 69 people dead, most of them teenagers. (AP Photo/Hakon Mosvold Larsen, Pool)

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