The death toll as of this writing is 91. According to The Guardian’s live coverage, “Norwegian foreign minister Jonas Gahr Støre has said some of those killed on Utøya probably died from drowning as well as from gunshot wounds.”
In a piece excoriating the Washington Post and Jennifer Rubin for their (as yet) uncorrected assumption that al Qaeda was behind the attack in Norway, The Atlantic’s James Fallows notes that per capita, Norway lost twice the number of people the US did from the September 11, 2001 attacks.
European governments are starting to worry about the threat of homegrown, right-wing extremism.
The NY Times has a solid overview of what happened yesterday.
The Atlantic Wire offers this profile of the mancharged with the attack.
The CBC has first-person accounts from survivors.