A photo taken on April 17, 2012 shows rightwing extremist Anders Behring Breivik, who killed 77 people in twin attacks in Norway in 2011, on the second day of his trial at the central court in Oslo. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN
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The hearing, scheduled for March 15-18 in the gym of Skien prison where Breivik is held in southern Norway, has prompted renewed soul-searching in a country where many want to move on from the killings.According to the Attorney General's document, Breivik has access to three different prison cells -- for living, study and exercise – between which he can move freely. Breivik's mother died from cancer in 2013 .Breivik wrote in his extreme right-wing manifesto discovered after the killings that prisons were considered ideal recruitment places, the Attorney General's document said.He is serving a 21-year sentence, the maximum in Norway.
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