Monday, July 25, 2011

Norway Utoya Tragedy

    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.
    Thursday July 21, 2011  young people on the Labour Youth League summer camp on Utoya island, Norway when Norwegian Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Stoere made a visit. A Norwegian gunman disguised as a police officer beckoned his victims closer before shooting them one by one, claiming at least 84 lives, in a horrific killing spree on an idyllic island teeming with youths that has left this peaceful Nordic nation in mourning. The island tragedy Friday unfolded hours after a massive explosion ripped through a high-rise building housing the prime minister's office, killing seven people. (AP Photo/Scanpix/Vegard Gratt) NORWAY OUT.

    This photo taken from a helicopter above Utoya island near Oslo, Norway, shows what police believe is the alleged gunman walking among victims after opening fire on a youth retreat, killing at least 85, Friday, July 22, 2011. (AP Photo/NRK, Marius Arnesen via Scanpix)

    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).


    Armed police officers are seen on the island of Utoya, Norway Saturday, July 23, 2011. The 32-year-old man suspected in bomb and shooting attacks that killed at least 91 people in Norway bought six tons of fertilizer before the massacres, the supplier said Saturday as police investigated witness accounts of a second shooter. Norway's prime minister and royal family visited grieving relatives of the scores of youth gunned down in a horrific killing spree on an idyllic island retreat. A man who said he was carrying a knife was detained by police officers outside the hotel, as the shell-shocked Nordic nation was gripped by reports that Norwegian gunman may not have acted alone. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)



   CORRECTS DATELINE TO ISLAND OF STOROYA Medics and emergency workers escort an injured person from a camp site on the island of Utoya in lake Tyrifjorden to the neighboring island Storoya, which is connected by causeway to the Norwegian mainland 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) NORWAY OUT

    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) NORWAY OUT



    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) NORWAY OUT


    An person injured at the youth camp on the island of Utoya is taken from a helicopter into the Ullevaal Hospital in Oslo Friday July 22, 2011. 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. (AP Photo/Scanpix, Hakon Mosvold Larsen) NORWAY OUT

    Teenagers who were attending a Labour Party youth wing summer camp on the Utoya island comfort one another outside the Sunvold Hotel, Sundvollen, Norway Saturday July 23, 2011. A Norwegian gunman disguised as a police officer beckoned his victims closer before shooting them one by one, claiming at least 84 lives, in a horrific killing spree on an idyllic island teeming with youths that has left this peaceful Nordic nation in mourning. The island tragedy Friday unfolded hours after a massive explosion ripped through a high-rise building housing the prime minister's office, killing seven people. (AP Photo/Scanpix/Bjern Larsson Rosvall)

    Flowers and candles were placed outside the Scandinavian and Nordic Embassies' building in Berlin, Germany, Saturday July 23, 2011. A Norwegian is reported to have set off an explosion in Oslo city centre before going on a shooting spree on nearby teenage vacation destination of Utoya island, killing some 91 people, before being detained by police on Saturday July 22. Investigators are still searching the surrounding waters, where people tried to flee from the attack. (AP Photo/dapd/ Axel Schmidt)
        Flowers are placed at a flagpole with the Norwegian flag flying at half-staff in front of the Scandinavian embassies' building in Berlin, Germany, Saturday July 23. 2011. A Norwegian is reported to have set off an explosion in Oslo city centre before going on a shooting spree on nearby teenage vacation destination of Utoya island, killing some 91 people, before being detained by police on Saturday July 22. Investigators are still searching the surrounding waters, where people tried to flle from the attack. (AP Photo/dapd/ Paul Zinken)

    Flowers are laid down outside Oslo Cathedral, Oslo Saturday July 23, 2011, in memory of the victims of Friday's twin attack in Oslo and island of Utoya. A Norwegian gunman disguised as a police officer beckoned his victims closer before shooting them one by one, claiming at least 84 lives, in a horrific killing spree on an idyllic island teeming with youths that has left this peaceful Nordic nation in mourning. The island tragedy Friday unfolded hours after a massive explosion ripped through a high-rise building housing the prime minister's office, killing seven people.(AP Photo/Scanpix/Berit Roald)
   

Norwegian Crown Prince Haakon, right, and Princess Ingrid Alexandra attend a vigil for victims of Friday's attacks in Oslo and Utoya island, outside Oslo Cathedral, 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. The same man, a Norwegian with reported Christian fundamentalist, anti-Muslim views, was suspected in both attacks. (AP Photo/Scanpix Norway, Vegard Groett) NORWAY OUT
    Women console each other during a vigil for victims of Friday's attacks in Oslo and Utoya island, outside Oslo Cathedral, 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. The same man, a Norwegian with reported Christian fundamentalist, anti-Muslim views, was suspected in both attacks. (AP Photo/Scanpix Norway, Vegard Groett) NORWAY OUT

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