Norway has begun identifying the victims of twin attacks by Anders Breivik in Oslo and Utoya island last Friday.
Among them were:
— the 51-year-old stepbrother of Norway's crown princess, Trond Bernsten;
— a police officer who died while saving his 10-year-old son;
— Ismail Haji Ahmed, a 20-year-old dancer who appeared on "Norway's Got Talent;"
— Johannes Buo, who at 14 was the youngest victim;
— Monica Bosei, 45, known as the mother of Utoya island, who was running to warn others about the shooter when she was shot herself; and
— Simon Saebo, 18, who was an up-and-coming politician who was given the nickname JFK.
Identification of all 76 victims may be completed by Thursday, Sky News reports.
(More in-depth coverage from GlobalPost: Is Breivik part of a movement? and Norway's Christian terrorist leads to soul-searching)