People react in front of a hotel, where relatives of victims and survivors of a shooting which took place at a meeting of the youth wing of the Labour Party on Utoeya island have gathered, in Sundvollen
People react as they gather in front of a hotel, where relatives of victims and survivors of a shooting which took place at a meeting of the youth wing of Norway's ruling Labour Party on Utoeya island have gathered, in Sundvollen July 23, 2011. A gunman dressed in police uniform shot dead at least 84 people at the youth summer camp of the party, hours after a bomb killed seven in the government district in the capital Oslo. Reuters

Leaders from around the world have condemned the deadly terrorist attacks in Norway which have killed at least 92 people.

Norwegian police have arrested a 32-year-old gunman Anders Behring Breivik in connection with the killings.

Here are some of the expressions of outrage and condolences from around the globe.

I am deeply saddened and shocked by the tragic loss of life of so many people on the island of Utoeya and in Oslo. Prince Philip joins me in extending our heartfelt sympathy to your majesty and the people of Norway. Our prayers and thoughts are with everyone who has been affected by the dreadful atrocity.
--Queen Elizabeth II

The loss of life in Norway has been absolutely horrific. It's on a scale, frankly, that is hard to comprehend. The Norwegians are old friends and allies and neighbors of Britain, and I know that everyone in Britain will want to stand with the Norwegian people in the days of sorrow that lie ahead. Also, we'll want to make sure that we learn like others, any lessons there are to learn about how to be more secure against horrific outrages like this. And that's something we can discuss at the National Security Council on Monday. These attacks are a stark reminder of the threat we all face from terrorism. I have called Prime Minister Stoltenberg this evening to express my sincere condolences and to let him know that our thoughts are with the Norwegian people at this tragic time. I have offered Britain's help, including through our close intelligence cooperation.
--David Cameron, UK Prime Minister

I have been in contact with [Norwegian] Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg to deplore what happened and have offered our help if needed.
--Sweden’s Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt

Scotland and Norway enjoy very strong bonds of friendship stretching back over many years, and our thoughts and sympathies are today with the Norwegian people, particularly the families of all those affected by these terrible incidents.”
--Alex Salmond, Scotland’s First Minister

Our thoughts are with those who have died, the bereaved and those injured.
-- Mayor of London, Boris Johnson

Pakistan, itself, has suffered enormously from terrorist attacks and fully empathizes with the government and the people of Norway.
--Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani

I wanted to personally extend my condolences to the people of Norway. It's a reminder that the entire international community holds a stake in preventing this kind of terror from occurring. We have to work cooperatively together both on intelligence and in terms of prevention of these kinds of horrible attacks.
--U.S. President Barack Obama

In this very serious and sad situation we stand firmly at the side of the Norwegian people, who are living through one of their darkest days. Our thoughts are with the victims and their loved ones.
--Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel:

An attack of this magnitude is not something one would expect in Norway, famously associated with peace at home and peace-making abroad.
--European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso