Norway gunman Anders Behring Breivik has apologised to those he called the "non-political" victims of his Oslo bombing, but not to those he killed in the Utoya massacre.
The right-wing extremist, who has confessed to slaughtering 77 people last July, is giving his final day of testimony in an Oslo court.
Breivik said he wanted to apologise for killing and injuring "innocent" people in the car bombing in the capital's government quarter.
Eight people died in that attack.
"I would like to offer a large apology," Breivik said.
He said sorry to the family of a pub owner who died in the blast, saying it was not his intention to kill "civilians".
When prosecutor Enga Bejer Engh asked if he could say the same to any of the 69 people he slaughtered in his shooting massacre on nearby Utoya island, Breivik said: "No, I do not." Read More