Norway attacks suspect leaves court after brief hearing
Anders Behring Breivik, who has admitted to twin attacks in Norway that claimed 77 lives a month ago, briefly appeared in an Oslo court Friday that was to rule on whether to extend his solitary confinement, DPA reported.
The closed-door hearing lasted less than an hour. The court ruling was due at around 3 pm (1300 GMT).
Attorney Geir Lippestad said his client had explained his situation in custody and asked that the solitary confinement not be extended.
Breivik was "calm" during the hearing, Lippestad told reporters.
Attorney Sigurd Klomset, representing some of the victims, told reporters that Breivik had "not shown any remorse" and was mainly focused on his own fate during the hearing.