Norway suspect "has far-right links"
The man accused of a massacre at a youth camp in Norway and a bombing in the capital, Oslo, has admitted responsibility, his lawyer says.
Anders Behring Breivik, 32, described his actions as "gruesome but necessary", and said he would explain himself at a court hearing on Monday.
The suspect is reported to have had links with right-wing extremists.
Still pictures of him, wearing a wetsuit and carrying an automatic weapon, appeared in a 12-minute anti-Muslim video called Knights Templar 2083, which appeared briefly on YouTube.
In a document posted online, references were made to targeting "cultural Marxists/multiculturalist traitors".
Terrorism expert Lars Gule told the BBC that while there are "a lot of these ideas around", the hope is that Mr Breivik was a "lone wolf when acting upon these ideas".
24 Jul 2011
- From the section Europe