Mourning the Norway Terror Victims

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A boy holds a bunch of flowers as he watches the funeral procession of Bano Rashid (18), one of the victims of the massacre on the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party as they make their way to her gravesite at Nesodden Kirke south of the Norwegian capital Oslo on July 29, 2011. Norway was burying today the first victims of the twin attacks that killed 76 people exactly one week before, as police questioned the killer for a second time. Police said prosecutors had appointed two psychiatrists to assess the mental health of Anders Behring Breivik, 32, and determine if he is criminally responsible.Norway was burying Friday the first victims of the twin attacks that killed 76 people exactly one week before, as police questioned the killer for a second time.
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A boy holds a bunch of flowers as he watches the funeral procession of Bano Rashid (18), one of the victims of the massacre on the youth camp of the Norwegian Labour Party as they make their way to her gravesite at Nesodden Kirke south of the Norwegian capital Oslo on July 29, 2011. Norway was burying today the first victims of the twin attacks that killed 76 people exactly one week before, as police questioned the killer for a second time. Police said prosecutors had appointed two psychiatrists to assess the mental health of Anders Behring Breivik, 32, and determine if he is criminally responsible.Norway was burying Friday the first victims of the twin attacks that killed 76 people exactly one week before, as police questioned the killer for a second time. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN (Photo credit should read ODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty Images) Photo: ODD ANDERSEN/2011 AFP

The first funerals for the 76 dead were held today. Here, a young boy watches the funeral procession for Bano Rashid, an 18-year-old killed in the attack last week at a youth camp.