OSLO, Norway - The man suspected in the deadly Norway attacks in July will remain in police custody for another eight weeks, the judge decided Monday.
Anders Breivik will also remain in solitary confinement for half of that time.
Breivik is accused of killing 77 people when he allegedly set off a bomb near government buildings and later opened fire at a youth camp.
Breivik's attorney and a judge both say the suspect admitted to carrying out the attacks, but they say he's pleaded not guilty in court.
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