Mass killer Anders Breivik is being interrogated by police in Norway for a second time, a week after he massacred 76 people.
Breivik has admitted to the attacks but denied criminal responsibility for the killings.
Nowegian police official Paal-Fredrik Hjort Kraby said officers wanted to discuss intelligence they had received about the right-wing extremist over the past few days.
The news comes on the day the youth Labour party is holding a memorial service for those killed. Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, attending the service, said a week after his nation was “struck by evil” it was time to remember the dead.
“This was a cold blooded massacre. The shot hit our young people but they actually hurt a whole nation. It was a vicious attack on all our common values”, he told mourners. "We are hurt broken, in despair".