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Norwegian police publish names of victims of right wing massacre

Tuesday, 26 July 2011
The Norwegian police will in all probability go out with the names of the dead after the terrorist attacks in Norway, writes Norwegian news network, NRK. The police are not waiting until all bodies have been identified but will publish the names as the authorities establish the identities of victims.

The authorities will identify the bodies in collaboration with the relatives. Norwegian police yesterday lowered the death toll on the island of Ut�ya from 86 to 68. The police would not at the moment be stating the number of missing, but says that the figure has risen.

This morning, 57 dead bodies were found on the island Ut�ya and 10 had been found in waters around the island. One person died in the hospital. The death toll after bomb explosion in Oslo has risen to eight, meaning that a total of 76 people have been killed in the terrorist attacks that shook Norway on Friday.
By Scancomark.se Team


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