April 23 - Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik is to give his final testimony at his trial which enters the second week. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT - NO REPORTER NARRATION Norwegian killer Anders Behring Breivik arrives in the Oslo court for the final day of his testimony on the massacre of 77 people last July. The trial has now entered its second week and is due to last ten weeks. Monday's testimony was due to focus on events on Utoeya island, where Breivik killed members of the Labour Party's youth wing, and what happened during and after Breivik's arrest. Breivik insists he is mentally stable and has demanded that his attacks, the most violent in Norway since World War Two, be judged as political militancy and not the work of a madman. Members of the public laid flowers outside the court in memory of the victims. After the July attacks, landmarks, lamp posts, fountains and gates across Oslo were adorned with flowers, placed there by people wishing to express their outrage over the attacks and support for the victims and their relatives.