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Death Toll in Norway Attacks Rises to 77

An aerial view of Utoya Island, Norway taken Thursday, July 21, 2011. Police say they are sending anti-terror police to a youth camp outside Oslo after reports of a shooting there following the bomb blast at the government headquarters. The news site VG reported that a man dressed in a police uniform opened fire at the camp. It says several people were injured. Oslo police chief Anstein Gjengdal said anti-terror units were being sent to the camp at Utoya, outside the Norwegian capital. He had no other information on that incident, which came hours after a bomb blast outside the government headquarters killed at least two people and injured 15. (AP Photo/Mapaid, Lasse Tur)  NORWAY OUT

An aerial view of Utoya Island, Norway taken Thursday, July 21, 2011. Police say they are sending anti-terror police to a youth camp outside Oslo after reports of a shooting there following the bomb blast at the government headquarters. The news site VG reported that a man dressed in a police uniform opened fire at the camp. It says several people were injured. Oslo police chief Anstein Gjengdal said anti-terror units were being sent to the camp at Utoya, outside the Norwegian capital. He had no other information on that incident, which came hours after a bomb blast outside the government headquarters killed at least two people and injured 15. (AP Photo/Mapaid, Lasse Tur) NORWAY OUT  (2011 AP )

OSLO, Norway -- A person who was wounded in last week's terrorist attacks in Norway has died, raising the death toll from the massacre to 77.

Henning Holtaas, a police attorney, said Friday the unidentified victim died at a hospital of wounds he suffered during the shooting rampage on Utoya island.

Norwegian extremist Anders Behring Breivik has admitted conducting the shooting rampage on Utoya that has killed 69 people and setting off a bomb in central Oslo that killed eight.