OSLO, Norway (AP) -- Norway's police say all those killed in last week's terror attacks have been identified and that those who had been reported missing have been accounted for.
The statement Friday by police chief of staff, Johan Fredriksen, marks another step forward in Norwegians' efforts to come to grips with the horror of the bomb attack on the government quarter and a shooting massacre at a youth camp.
One man has confessed to committing both.
A week after the terrorist attacks, two memorial services were held in Oslo: one organized by the governing Labor Party and the other at a mosque. The confessed killer was vehemently anti-Muslim.