Norwegian gunman Anders Behring Breivik has been formally charged with acts of terror over the 77 people he killed in twin attacks.
The 33-year-old also faces charges of voluntary homicide, according to a 19-page indictment presented by prosecutors.
The charges carry a penalty of up to 21 years in prison, although his imprisonment can be extended for as long as he is considered a danger to society.
If Breivik is found criminally insane he would face confinement in a psychiatric ward instead of jail - and the indictment also insists on compulsory mental health care for the killer.
A total of 119 of his victims were named in the indictment, also including some of those injured but not killed. Read More