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Pictures: Thousands attend memorial march in Oslo

Hundreds of thousands of people join silent flower marches across Norway to remember the victims of Friday's bomb blast and shootings in Oslo.
Crown Prince Haakon told everyone gathered in Oslo for the memorial march that "tonight the streets are filled with love".
Norway' Crown Princess Mette-Marit and Crown Prince Haakon
The attacks happened in two parts of the Norwegian capital, Oslo, where more than 100,000 people filled the streets to hold up a single rose in memory of those who were killed.
Thousands of people on the streets of Oslo, raising flowers in memory of those who were killed
Police say 73 people, and not 96 as originally thought, died in the attacks. A sea of floral tributes have been laid in their honour outside Oslo's cathedral.
Someone looking at the sea of floral tributes outside Oslo cathedral
Earlier on Monday, Anders Breivik appeared in court and accepted responsibility for the attacks, but he denied terrorism charges.
People holding flowers in the air during a flower vigil to remember the victims of the bomb blast and shootings in Norway
Hundreds of thousands of people across Norway have taken part in silent flower marches and processions to remember the victims of Friday's bomb blast and shootings.
Crowds gather on the streets of the Norwegian capital Oslo to pay tribute to those who were killed in the bomb blast and shootings there