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Trine Engoy Gulbrandsen places flowers at a makeshift memorial in Utvica, near Sundvollen, Norway, for those killed in a shooting spree on Utoya Island late last week, July 27, 2011. Jens Stoltenberg, Norway's prime minister, acknowledged on Wednesday that his country had fundamentally changed as a result of the attacks on a youth camp and government complex last week, but vowed to protect the culture of openness that is a source of Norwegian pride. (Johan Spanner/The New York Times)
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2011-07-27
JOHAN SPANNER/The New York Times/EAST NEWS
The New York Times Agency
JOHAN SPANNER
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