Norway massacre: Survivors give evidence

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Survivors of the massacre carried out by Norwegian gunman Anders Behring Breivik on the island of Utoeya last July have been giving their accounts in court.

The first to give evidence was the leader of the Labour party's youth wing which organised the summer camp at which 69 people died.

Another witness, Bjorn Ihler, described how a phone rang on a pile of what appeared to be dead bodies.

Steve Rosenberg reports from Oslo.

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