People gathered in Norway to hold a minute silence in honour of the dead
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Norwegians unite in grief as gunman appears in court

The people of Norway held a minute's silence at midday, to remember those who were killed in last week's attacks.

Anders Behring Breivik, Norway's self confessed mass murderer, has claimed that he worked with two other underground cells.

In his first court appearance, held behind closed doors on the judge's orders, Anders Breivik said he wanted to send a sharp signal about what he called a Muslim takeover of Norway and Europe.

Gavin Hewitt reports.

  • 25 Jul 2011
  • From the section Europe
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