The "Bell of Hope" at New York City's historic St. Paul's Chapel has tolled in remembrance of Norway's massacre victims.
Norwegian Consul Aslaug Nygard (OW'-slahg NEE'-gohr) attended the ceremony Wednesday in Lower Manhattan.
The bell was a gift to New York from the city of London a year after 9/11.
It has been rung after the bombings in London, Madrid, Mumbai and Moscow; for the Virginia Tech massacre victims; and on 9/11 anniversaries.
St. Paul's Chapel served a half-million hot meals to workers during the World Trade Center recovery operation.