Updated: 14/05/12 : 05:47:58
Five survivors of Anders Behring Breivik's twin attacks will come face-to-face with the Norwegian mass killer in court today.
Anger boiled over on Friday when the first youths from Utoya - the island where Breivik killed 69 of his 77 victims - met the man who tried to kill them at their summer camp near Oslo last year.
The trial was briefly interrupted when 20-year-old Hayder Mustafa Qasim, a relative of one victim, threw a shoe at Breivik in court.
He had flown in from Iraq to hear his younger brother's autopsy being read out.
Mr Qasim stood up in court room 250 on what was the last day of the 69 harrowing autopsies from Utoya and hurled his right shoe while shouting at Breivik.
"Go to hell, go to hell, you killed my brother," he said.
Other victims and families applauded and cried as they saw the attacker being taken away by police and medical staff.
The police officer in charge of security indicated Mr Qasim would not be punished for the shoe attack.
"We understand that this is difficult for the families and had expected something like this to happen," he said.
Court staff will be bracing themselves for more tension over the next two weeks, as another 38 survivors of Breivik's attacks give their evidence to the trial.
Breivik has admitted responsibility for a bomb blast that killed eight people in Oslo and a shooting spree that left 69 people dead.
But the 33-year-old has pleaded not guilty to murder and claimed he was acting in self-defence. The trial will decide whether he receives a prison sentence or is declared legally insane and sectioned in a psychiatric facility.