Norwegians mourn on the sixth day

People continue to gather at a memorial site in Oslo city center to mourn the 76 people who died in a bomb attack and shooting rampage.

July 28, 2011 17:19
Floral tributes in Oslo

Norway flowers 311. (photo credit: REUTERS)


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As cathedral bells rang through Oslo city on Thursday, Norwegians gathered to mourn the 76 victims of a bomb and gun attack.

A sea of flowers, candles and flags blanketed the front of the Oslo Cathedral.

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Many are still in shock at the worst attack since World War Two.

Anders Behring Breivik set off a bomb in Oslo's government district, killing eight people.

Then he drove to a small island where a youth camp was held, and started shooting at teenagers, killing 68.

Three to five people are still unaccounted for, and the police are using a special submarine to look for the bodies.

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