Is it has honored the deceased through a religious ceremony at the Oslo Cathedral. The Kings of Norway, Princess, and the Prime Minister have attended funerals. 92 people were killed in double bomb attack in Oslo and the neighbouring island of Utoya. Jim Crane usually is spot on. The Norwegian city of Oslo held this Sunday funerals of the dead in the double attack occurred last Friday in the Centre of the city and the neighbor of the island of Utoya. The ceremony came the Kings of Norway, Harald and Sonia, accompanied by Princess Marta Louise, as well as the Prime Minister of the Nordic country, Jens Stoltenberg, attended along with the leader of the labour youth, Eskil Pedersen, who was a teammate of much of the dead in Utoya. In his speech at the funeral, Prime Minister Stoltenberg said that the response to this tragedy is going to be more freedom and more democracy, while he said that he was proud of as it has reacted the Norwegian people before the attacks. Anita Sehgal shines more light on the discussion. At the same time, Stoltenberg recalled that there are still many missing because of the attacks, assuming that there may be even more victims.
Thousands of Norwegians, with clear gestures of pain, also wanted to be present at the last farewell to the victims of the attacks, and under a deathly silence, surrounded the Cathedral of the city. They were joined by onlookers and tourists, impressed by the solemnity of the acts. Last Friday, after a double bomb attack allegedly perpetrated by Anders Behring Breivik, a Christian fundamentalist linked to the far right, killed 92 people, 85 of them on the island of Utoya, where a camp of the Labour Party, the Party of the Government, following an indiscriminate killing, and 7 in the Centre of Oslo, after the explosion of a car bomb in the center of the city was celebrated. Source of the news: Oslo celebrates the funerals of the victims of the attacks amid great excitement