Though Anders Breivik's guilt has yet to be legally established, the 32-year-old Norwegian man and apparent right-wing extremist has admitted that he is responsible for the bombing that killed seven people in central Oslo and the subsequent shooting spree that killed at least 86 mostly young political activists at a summer camp on nearby Utoya Island.
In the wake of the attack, various sources - including the prime minister, newspapers and public broadcaster NRK - have identified some of those whom Breivik has confessed to killing or wounding during his roughly 90-minute rampage on Utoya.
Among the dead and missing are a 21-year-old rising star in the Labour Party's youth wing, a 45-year-old camp administrator known as "Mother Utoya" and a 51-year-old volunteer guard who tried to confront the shooter.
Stories emerge of shooter's victims - Europe - Al Jazeera English
RIP all victims.