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    Sigmar Gabriel, head of Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD) Sigmar Gabriel arrives to lay flowers at Norway's embassy in Berlin on July 23, 2011. At least 91 people died the day before in a shooting at a summer school meeting organised by the ruling Labour Party on Utoeya, an island outside the capital, while seven were killed when a powerful bomb ripped through central Oslo, where the prime minister's office and several government buildings are located. AFP PHOTO / JOERG CARSTENSEN GERMANY OUT

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  • A woman places flowers on the market square outside the Oslo cathedral as others mourn the victims of a bomb blast and a rampage in Norway

    A woman places flowers on the market square outside the Oslo cathedral as others mourn the victims of a bomb blast and a rampage in Norway

    A woman places flowers on the market square outside the Oslo cathedral as others mourn the victims of a bomb blast and a rampage in Norway July 23, 2011. A bomb ripped through Oslo's central government district on Friday killing seven people, police said, and hours later a suspected right-wing Christian gunman in police uniform killed at least 84 people in a ferocious attack on a youth summer camp of Norway's ruling Labour party on a nearby island. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (NORWAY - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)

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    A woman lays flowers at Norway's embassy of Norway in Berlin on July 23, 2011. At least 91 people died the day before in a shooting at a summer school meeting organised by the ruling Labour Party on Utoeya, an island outside the capital, while seven were killed when a powerful bomb ripped through central Oslo, where the prime minister's office and several government buildings are located. AFP PHOTO / JOERG CARSTENSEN GERMANY OUT

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