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Norway buries first victims of attacks
Funeral held as psychiatrists assess whether Anders Breivik, the man behind massacre, is fit for trial.
Last Modified: 29 Jul 2011 20:28

One week after the massacre that killed 77 people, Norway is still mourning.

Prosecutors have appointed two psychiatrists to assess whether Anders Breivik, the self-confessed mastermind of the slaughter, is fit to stand trial.

While the police build a case, the first of Breivik's victims has been buried.

From Oslo, Al Jazeera's Harry Smith reports. 

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