Police release IDs of Norwegian gunman's 76 victims
By Lee Moran
Among those killed on the island on Friday, where a summer holiday camp for the youth section of the Labour Party was taking place, were the family members of several senior party politicians.
Gunnar Linaker, 23, was the son of powerful regional Labour figure.
Tarald Mjelde, 18, a vice-chairman of the Norwegian Youth Labour Party in Hordaland and Nordhordland.
Male model and dancer Ismail Haji, 20.
Tore Eikeland, 21, a local councillor and the leader of Young Labour in the south-west region. He has since been described by Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg as 'one of our most talented young politicians'.
Hanne Kristine Fridtun, 19. She spoke at a Labour Party conference. She said: 'We want the right to live in the best possible world. We want openness...' She was a party activist who had made herself known in her local town of Stryn.
Monica Bosei, 45, a stalwart member of the Labour Party, sometimes tipped for Cabinet Office, and valued as a talent-spotter. She had run the summer camp for several years and encouraged constituency officers across the county to send their best and brightest to Utoya island. She also played a key informal role in the regeneration of the Left in Norway.
Jamil Rafal Yasin, 20, who moved to Norway after her family sought refuge from war-torn Iraq.
The Crown Princess of Norway's step-brother, Trond Berntsen, 51, the son of Princess Mette-Marit's late stepfather.
The stepdaughter of Defence Minister Roger Ingebrigsten was also injured in the legs as she ran from Breivik.