On Sunday 24 July, a memorial service held in Oslo cathedral Norderhov, Norway to mourn 76 victims of the deathly twin attacks attracted millions of people and Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg.
For the last few days, Norway's residents in particular and all people around the world in general were shocked to witness the deadly twin attacks happened on Friday 22 July. The attacks of anti-Islam attacker are said to be rare in the history of the peaceful Norway of 4.8 million and rob lives of at least 76 people and caused a dozen of others injured.
32-year-old Behring Breivik regarded his attacks as "atrocious, but necessary" to defeat liberal immigration policies and the spread of Islam.
The memorial service on Sunday was held in Oslo cathedral Norderhov, Norway just a few hundred metres from where the massive bomb exploded in Oslo.
The memorial service was held in a church in Norderhov, Norway, Sunday, July 24, 2011, just two days after horrific twin attacks
Norway’s Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg attended at a memorial service held at Oslo Cathedra on Sunday 24 July 2011 to show off his tribute to 76 people dead of the twin attacks
A woman embraced Norway’s Prime Minister at the end of the memorial service at Oslo Cathedral to pay her sorry
Norway’s Princess Mette Marit burst into tears when talking to relatives of the victims after the memorial service at the church
Participants in the memorial inside the church can not stand in tears
Relatives of victims mourned after the memorial service in Norderhov, Norway
A young child took flowers in Norderhov, Norway
A forest of floral tributes at the memorial service outside at Oslo Cathedral
Norway’s flag was seen between a bunch of flowers in the memorial day
The flag hung in the center of Oslo, near the heavily-damaged government building was after bomb blasts on 22 July
One girl surviving from the shootings on Utoeya Island cried like the rain after meeting the relatives
Norwegian Crown Prince Haakon and his son attended at the candlelight ceremony at Oslo Cathedral Wednesday on 23 July
Hundreds of candles were lit to commemorate the attacks' victims
Flowers were laid at Utoeya Island
Norway’s Deadly Twin Attacks: 76 Victims Were Mourned at the Memorial Service