The man who killed 77 people in bomb and gun attacks in Norway last July has boasted of his actions in a statement at his trial in Oslo.
"I have carried out the most spectacular and sophisticated attack on Europe since World War II," Anders Behring Breivik told the court.
Breivik said he would do it all again and asked to be acquitted.
Although he admits the bombing in Oslo and the attack on a youth camp on Utoeya island, he has pleaded not guilty to terror and mass murder.
Lisa Mullins talks with Journalist Martin Sandbu who is following the trial in Oslo.