Two terrorist attacks devastate Norway. Tragedy unfolds following a car bomb explosion in Regjeringskvartalet. Then, less than two hours later, a man disguised as a police officer opens fire in a Labour party youth camp.
The Guardian lays out full timeline.
Death toll from Norway attacks reaches 91 casualties, and Anders Breivik is taken into custody for questioning about both attacks.
Fox News reveals the latest details.
Anders Breivik says he acted alone in both Norway attacks, an event he says was ‘gruesome but necessary.’
BBC gives details of Breivik.
Around 100,000 mourners carrying red and white roses join together outside Olso City Hall to pay tribute to the victims of the July 22 terrorist attacks with a memorial march.
International Business Times shows photos of march.
Emma Martinovic, an activist from the youth labour movement, recounts how she survived the Norway attacks.
The Guardian publishes blog post.
English singer and lyricist, Morrissey, inspires outrage at comment that Norway was “nothing” compared to what happens in fast food restaurants.
The Mirror reveals Morrissey’s comments.
Funerals begin for victims of Anders Breivik’s attacks in Norway with the burial of 18-year-old Bano Abobakar Rashid. Sending a message of unity to Norway, an imam and a Lutheran priest walked side-by-side with the casket.
The Mirror gives full details of the funeral.
Anders Breivik has made a list of “unrealistic” demands including the complete overthrow of the Norwegian and European societies. Two court-appointed psychiatrists will examine Breivik and report back by November 1.
BBC quotes Breivik’s lawyer in full story.
Volunteers clean memorial sites and move cards and letters to the national archives to recognize the words of grief from citizens.
BBC shows cleanup.