percent to mourn loved ones and try to reach an agreement with the attacker to escape the memory of Behring Anders Breivik
hundreds of survivors of the massacre in a youth camp in a Norwegian island that killed 69 people returned for the first time at the scene of the murders.
psychiatrists and medical staff on hand to help people overcome their pilgrimage to the place where Anders Breivik Behring from dozens of friends and colleagues during an attack of 72 minutes. Almost half the victims were under 18 years. Attend a summer camp for young Labour Party supporters in the country.
There were 517 survivors of the atrocity, of which 66 were injured. Many escaped by hiding among the rocks and vegetation or swimming in the lake of the island.Norwegian television showed images of people
young, dressed all in white, made its way along the coast of the island Utøya possibly see where he swam to safety, or when his friends were shot at the water's edge.
was the first time, local media reported that many of the visit was Utøya since July 22 tragedy.
General Manager health in Norway, Bjørn-Inge Larsen, said he hoped that the visit to the island would help the grieving process. People returning to the island, he said, would face a "very worried". Speaking shortly before accompanying survivors Utøya, Larsen said: "They were threatened with life in this island for four weeks in a very traumatic, so we are ready to help them overcome anxiety."
Lars Weisaeth, professor of psychiatry at the University of Oslo disaster, said: "If they have survived a terrible experience, you do not have a story, a story goes on to say that memory is a series. fragmented impressions, very strong visual and acoustic -. [Back] Link this together "
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