Norwegian police on Monday revised downward the number of deaths from Friday's youth-camp shooting to 68 from 83. They've also said that eight people died during the related bombing in Oslo, up from seven, putting the total death toll at 76. Meanwhile, a judge has charged Anders Breivik with acts of terrorism. The Norwegian right-wing extremist who has admitted to the attacks will be held in solitary confinement for four weeks, with an additional four weeks of custody afterward. The judge quoted Breivik as saying that he wanted to send a "sharp signal" to accuse the ruling Labor Party of failing Norway and orchestrating a "mass import" of Muslims.