Defendant Anders Behring Breivik. left, discusses a matter with his defence lawyer Geir Lippestad during the second day of proceedings in the courtroom in Oslo Tuesday April 17, 2012. The anti-Muslim fanatic who admitted to killing 77 people in a bomb-and-shooting massacre took to the stand in his terror trial Tuesday . Anders Behring Breivik will have five days to explain why he set off a bomb in Oslo's government district, killing eight, and then gunned down 69 at a Labor Party youth camp outside the Norwegian capital. (AP Photo/Lise Aserud/Scanpix Norway, Pool)

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Defendant Anders Behring Breivik. left, discusses a matter with his defence lawyer Geir Lippestad during the second day of proceedings in the courtroom  in Oslo Tuesday April 17, 2012. The anti-Muslim fanatic who admitted to killing 77 people in a bomb-and-shooting massacre took to  the stand in his terror trial Tuesday . Anders Behring Breivik will have five days to explain why he set off a bomb in Oslo's government district, killing eight, and then gunned down 69 at a Labor Party youth camp outside the Norwegian capital. (AP Photo/Lise Aserud/Scanpix Norway, Pool)
Defendant Anders Behring Breivik. left, discusses a matter with his defence lawyer Geir Lippestad during the second day of proceedings in the courtroom in Oslo Tuesday April 17, 2012. The anti-Muslim fanatic who admitted to killing 77 people in a bomb-and-shooting massacre took to the stand in his terror trial Tuesday . Anders Behring Breivik will have five days to explain why he set off a bomb in Oslo's government district, killing eight, and then gunned down 69 at a Labor Party youth camp outside the Norwegian capital. (AP Photo/Lise Aserud/Scanpix Norway, Pool)
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