The death toll from the twin attacks in Oslo rose to 77 on Friday, after police released a new list of the names of the victims. Police, who had previously only released the names of 46 formally identified victims, published another 31 names Friday, bringing the total to 77.
According to the new list, last Friday's car bomb killed eight people in Oslo city center, while 69 people were killed during the shooting rampage on the island of Utoya.
A previous toll had given 68 deaths from the shootings. Earlier on Friday, police said they were no longer searching for missing people.
Johen Fredriksen, police chief of staff for Oslo district:"All the dead are now identified and we are trying to get in contact with their families. And we have the same number of dead and the same number of persons missing, so it's a match." Authorities were also preparing to question the perpetrator of the crimes, Anders Behring Breivik, for a second time.
Cihan news agencyGüncelleme Tarihi: 30 Temmuz 2011, 16:13