Oslo: Norway on Friday prepared to bury the first victims of the twin attacks that killed 76 people exactly one week ago, as police began questioning the killer for a second time.
As Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg prepared to lead a national commemoration ceremony in Olso, an 18-year-old woman shot dead during the gunman's rampage on the island of Utoeya was to be laid to rest in a town outside the capital.
Norway's Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Stoere, was to attend the funeral of Bano Rashid, who was originally from Kurdistan, in the town of Nesodden at 1:00 pm (1100 GMT).
Flags flew at half-mast across the country of five million, including at the suspect's high-security prison, as formal grieving began for those killed in the July 22 twin gun and bomb attacks.
The killer, Anders Behring Breivik, was brought to police headquarters in an armoured car early on Friday from Ila high security prison where he is being held in solitary confinement. 
The windows were covered to prevent photographers seeing inside.
Police said yesterday that Behring Breivik would be questioned about information that had come to light over the past few days but would not say what it was.
A police press conference has been scheduled for 1:00 pm.
The 32-year-old admitted carrying out the attacks during questioning last Saturday, but stopped short of entering a guilty plea for actions that according to his lawyer he deemed "cruel" but "necessary".