The man who has admitted carrying out Friday’s twin terror attacks in Norway, Anders Behring Breivik, has made his first appearance in court in Oslo.

The hearing was held behind closed doors, as ruled by the judge, who will make a statement later.

A minute’s silence was held at 1200 (1000 GMT) to remember the victims.

Mr Breivik, 32, has admitted carrying out a bombing in Oslo, and a massacre on an island youth camp, killing at least 93 people in total.

He is said to be linked to far-right groups and to have spent years planning the attacks.

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