Norway killer back on island
Oslo - Norwegian police say the man who has confessed to killing 69 people at an island youth camp has been brought back to the crime scene.
Police say they took Anders Behring Breivik back to Utoya island on Saturday for a reconstruction of the July 22 terror attacks, when Breivik shot the victims dead on the island and killed eight further people in central Oslo with a bomb.
Breivik's lawyer has said he has admitted to the terror attacks, but denies criminal guilt because he believes the massacre was necessary to save Norway and Europe from Muslims and punish politicians who have embraced multiculturalism.
Police say they will give more information about the reconstruction later on Sunday.