The suspect blamed for the July terrorist attacks in Norway will leave solitary confinement within days, police said Thursday.
Anders Behring Breivik won't be in solitary confinement beyond Monday, a spokesman for the Oslo police said.
Breivik is charged in the July 22 attacks that killed 77 people. Eight were killed in a bombing in Oslo; 69 young people were killed on nearby Utoya island, in the deadliest attack in Norway since World War II.
The young people were attending a Labour Party youth camp. Most of the 700 campers ranged in age from 16-22, with some as young as 13.
Breivik has pleaded not guilty.
Described by authorities as a right-wing Christian extremist, he purportedly authored a 1,500-page manifesto critical of Muslim immigration and European liberalism.