OSLO - Norway's police said on Monday they may revise down the number of people shot dead by an anti-Islam gunman in a shooting spree near Oslo on Friday.
"From what we now know, it looks like we will revise down the number of people killed (on the island)," said the head of Norway's police force, Oeystein Maeland.
Until now, police said that Norwegian Anders Behring Breivik had shot dead 86 people on the Utoeya island some 45 km from Oslo and killed a further seven in a bomb explosion in central Oslo.
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