At least 84 killed by gunman on Utoeya island

Updated: 2011-07-23 17:35


Twitter Facebook Myspace Yahoo! Linkedin Mixx

At least 84 killed by gunman on Utoeya island

Youths are escorted away from a camp site in Utoeya July 23, 2011. A gunman dressed in police uniform shot dead at least 84 people at a youth summer camp of Norway's ruling political party, hours after a bomb killed seven in the government district in the capital Oslo. Witnesses said the gunman, identified by police as a 32-year-old Norwegian who they believed was also linked to the bombing, moved across the small, wooded Utoeya holiday island on Friday firing at random as young people scattered in fear. [Photo/Agencies]


At least 84 killed by gunman on Utoeya island

Rescue workers stand outside the hotel, where relatives of victims and survivors of a shooting which took place at a meeting of the youth wing of Norway's ruling Labour Party on Utoeya island have gathered, in Sundvollen July 23, 2011. [Photo/Agencies]

   Previous Page 1 2 3 Next Page  


Turning up the heat

Traditional Chinese medicine using moxa, or mugwort herb, is once again becoming fashionable

Ciao, Yao

Yao Ming announced his retirement from basketball, staging an emotional end to a glorious career.

Financial sector short of talent

Lack of skilled professionals in Shanghai inhibiting the city's development as a financial hub

Watchdog deems oil leak in bay a 'disaster'
Rare earths export quota
Economy slows down