Utoeya island

People stand on a memorial on the shore of Tyrifjorden lake overlooking Utoeya island where anti-Islam extremist Anders Behring Breivik killed 68 people in a shooting rampage in July. Norwegians believe penalties for serious crimes in their country should be tightened in the wake of the shooting and a bomb attack that killed 77 people, an opinion poll showed on Monday.

( Stoyan Nenov/Reuters / August 1, 2011 )

People stand on a memorial on the shore of Tyrifjorden lake overlooking Utoeya island where anti-Islam extremist Anders Behring Breivik killed 68 people in a shooting rampage in July. Norwegians believe penalties for serious crimes in their country should be tightened in the wake of the shooting and a bomb attack that killed 77 people, an opinion poll showed on Monday.

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