So-called “White” Christian Terrorists hit Europe: Right Wing Neo-Nazi Group Hits Norway! More than 90 dead…

Police officials say the 32-year-old Norwegian man suspected of the Oslo bombing and a deadly shooting at a youth camp does not appear to be linked to Islamist terrorism and may be linked to rightwing extremists. Norway is ruled by the left-leaning Labor Party.

Friday’s explosion in Oslo killed seven people and injured nearly 20 others, while the island camp shooting left at least 80 people dead.

Some media outlets have already mentioned the arrested man’s name and publish his photos, but this information has not been officially confirmed yet.

Norway shooting suspect identified

Police confirmed on Saturday that they had arrested a 32-year-old Norwegian man over Friday’s twin terrorist attacks in Norway that killed at least 90 people and injured dozens more, according to the latest information.

The suspect, identified as Anders Behring Breivik, is accused of orchestrating both the Oslo bombing and the youth-camp shooting rampage, police said.

UN chief condemns Norway attacks

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has condemned Friday’s twin terrorist attacks in Norway, which claimed the lives of at least 87 people.

In a statement on Saturday, Mr.Ban extended his condolences to the families of the victims, adding that he “was shocked to learn about the attacks in Oslo and Utoya.”

At least 80 people have been killed in a shooting at a youth summer camp on the Utoya Island near Oslo, while the death toll from a bomb attack on a government headquarters in the Norwegian capital stands at 7.

Norway’s PM addresses nation

In a televised message to the nation Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg condemned Friday’s blasts in the capital as a “bloody and cowardly attack on democracy” and said that Norway would respond with a renewed effort to cement democracy and freedom.

Several govt officials fall victim to Oslo shooting

Several government officials became victims of the Friday twin terrorist attacks in Norway, Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg told reporters on Saturday, describing the events as “the nightmare and the tragedy of the nation.”

At least 80 people have been killed in a shooting at a youth summer camp on the Utaya Island near Oslo, while the death toll from a bomb attack on a government headquarters in the Norwegian capital stands at 7.

Police are already questioning a 32-year-old Norwegian man in connection with Friday’s attack.

He is believed to belong to right-extremist groups in eastern Norway.

2 unexploded bombs found on Norwegian island

Police with sniffer dogs have found two unexploded bombs on an island in Norway where 87 people died when a gunman, wearing a police uniform, opened fire at a youth camp, hours after a massive bomb attack on the capital, Oslo.

The arrested gunman, a 32-year-old ethnic Norwegian, is the main suspect also in Friday’s bombing outside the government headquarters in the capital.

87 killed at Oslo youth camp carnage

87 people were killed when a gunman opened fire at random at a youth camp near Oslo on Friday, an eyewitness has told Norway’s state NRK TV channel. Andre Scheie said he saw the bodies on the shore of the Labor Party youth camp on the island of Utoya.

“There are very many dead by the shore … there are about 80 dead,” he said. He also spoke of people dead in the water.

Police said later “at least nine” people had died. NRK said the shooter has been detained. It also said witnesses described him as looking “Norwegian”.

The shooting came shortly after a massive bomb went off outside the government offices in Oslo leaving 11 people dead and more than a dozen injured.

11 dead in Oslo bombing, shooting spree

At least seven people were were killed in the Norwegian capital Oslo on Friday when a suspected car bomb went off outside the office of Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, who was not hurt.

Shortly after, a man disguised as a police officer opened fire at random at a youth Labor Party summer camp on a island near Oslo, wounding several people.

There are unconfirmed reports of other unexploded devices found in the city center.

Police have arrested three suspects, whose nationality is not yet known.

olice officials say the 32-year-old Norwegian man suspected of the Oslo bombing and a deadly shooting at a youth camp does not appear to be linked to Islamist terrorism and may be linked to rightwing extremists. Norway is ruled by the left-leaning Labor Party.

Friday’s explosion in Oslo killed seven people and injured nearly 20 others, while the island camp shooting left at least 80 people dead.

Some media outlets have already mentioned the arrested man’s name and publish his photos, but this information has not been officially confirmed yet.

Norway shooting suspect identified

Police confirmed on Saturday that they had arrested a 32-year-old Norwegian man over Friday’s twin terrorist attacks in Norway that killed at least 90 people and injured dozens more, according to the latest information.

The suspect, identified as Anders Behring Breivik, is accused of orchestrating both the Oslo bombing and the youth-camp shooting rampage, police said.

UN chief condemns Norway attacks

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has condemned Friday’s twin terrorist attacks in Norway, which claimed the lives of at least 87 people.

In a statement on Saturday, Mr.Ban extended his condolences to the families of the victims, adding that he “was shocked to learn about the attacks in Oslo and Utoya.”

At least 80 people have been killed in a shooting at a youth summer camp on the Utoya Island near Oslo, while the death toll from a bomb attack on a government headquarters in the Norwegian capital stands at 7.

Norway’s PM addresses nation

In a televised message to the nation Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg condemned Friday’s blasts in the capital as a “bloody and cowardly attack on democracy” and said that Norway would respond with a renewed effort to cement democracy and freedom.

Several govt officials fall victim to Oslo shooting

Several government officials became victims of the Friday twin terrorist attacks in Norway, Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg told reporters on Saturday, describing the events as “the nightmare and the tragedy of the nation.”

At least 80 people have been killed in a shooting at a youth summer camp on the Utaya Island near Oslo, while the death toll from a bomb attack on a government headquarters in the Norwegian capital stands at 7.

Police are already questioning a 32-year-old Norwegian man in connection with Friday’s attack.

He is believed to belong to right-extremist groups in eastern Norway.

2 unexploded bombs found on Norwegian island

Police with sniffer dogs have found two unexploded bombs on an island in Norway where 87 people died when a gunman, wearing a police uniform, opened fire at a youth camp, hours after a massive bomb attack on the capital, Oslo.

The arrested gunman, a 32-year-old ethnic Norwegian, is the main suspect also in Friday’s bombing outside the government headquarters in the capital.

87 killed at Oslo youth camp carnage

87 people were killed when a gunman opened fire at random at a youth camp near Oslo on Friday, an eyewitness has told Norway’s state NRK TV channel. Andre Scheie said he saw the bodies on the shore of the Labor Party youth camp on the island of Utoya.

“There are very many dead by the shore … there are about 80 dead,” he said. He also spoke of people dead in the water.

Police said later “at least nine” people had died. NRK said the shooter has been detained. It also said witnesses described him as looking “Norwegian”.

The shooting came shortly after a massive bomb went off outside the government offices in Oslo leaving 11 people dead and more than a dozen injured.

11 dead in Oslo bombing, shooting spree

At least seven people were were killed in the Norwegian capital Oslo on Friday when a suspected car bomb went off outside the office of Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, who was not hurt.

Shortly after, a man disguised as a police officer opened fire at random at a youth Labor Party summer camp on a island near Oslo, wounding several people.

There are unconfirmed reports of other unexploded devices found in the city center.

Police have arrested three suspects, whose nationality is not yet known.
olice officials say the 32-year-old Norwegian man suspected of the Oslo bombing and a deadly shooting at a youth camp does not appear to be linked to Islamist terrorism and may be linked to rightwing extremists. Norway is ruled by the left-leaning Labor Party.

Friday’s explosion in Oslo killed seven people and injured nearly 20 others, while the island camp shooting left at least 80 people dead.

Some media outlets have already mentioned the arrested man’s name and publish his photos, but this information has not been officially confirmed yet.

Norway shooting suspect identified

Police confirmed on Saturday that they had arrested a 32-year-old Norwegian man over Friday’s twin terrorist attacks in Norway that killed at least 90 people and injured dozens more, according to the latest information.

The suspect, identified as Anders Behring Breivik, is accused of orchestrating both the Oslo bombing and the youth-camp shooting rampage, police said.

UN chief condemns Norway attacks

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has condemned Friday’s twin terrorist attacks in Norway, which claimed the lives of at least 87 people.

In a statement on Saturday, Mr.Ban extended his condolences to the families of the victims, adding that he “was shocked to learn about the attacks in Oslo and Utoya.”

At least 80 people have been killed in a shooting at a youth summer camp on the Utoya Island near Oslo, while the death toll from a bomb attack on a government headquarters in the Norwegian capital stands at 7.

Norway’s PM addresses nation

In a televised message to the nation Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg condemned Friday’s blasts in the capital as a “bloody and cowardly attack on democracy” and said that Norway would respond with a renewed effort to cement democracy and freedom.

Several govt officials fall victim to Oslo shooting

Several government officials became victims of the Friday twin terrorist attacks in Norway, Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg told reporters on Saturday, describing the events as “the nightmare and the tragedy of the nation.”

At least 80 people have been killed in a shooting at a youth summer camp on the Utaya Island near Oslo, while the death toll from a bomb attack on a government headquarters in the Norwegian capital stands at 7.

Police are already questioning a 32-year-old Norwegian man in connection with Friday’s attack.

He is believed to belong to right-extremist groups in eastern Norway.

2 unexploded bombs found on Norwegian island

Police with sniffer dogs have found two unexploded bombs on an island in Norway where 87 people died when a gunman, wearing a police uniform, opened fire at a youth camp, hours after a massive bomb attack on the capital, Oslo.

The arrested gunman, a 32-year-old ethnic Norwegian, is the main suspect also in Friday’s bombing outside the government headquarters in the capital.

87 killed at Oslo youth camp carnage

87 people were killed when a gunman opened fire at random at a youth camp near Oslo on Friday, an eyewitness has told Norway’s state NRK TV channel. Andre Scheie said he saw the bodies on the shore of the Labor Party youth camp on the island of Utoya.

“There are very many dead by the shore … there are about 80 dead,” he said. He also spoke of people dead in the water.

Police said later “at least nine” people had died. NRK said the shooter has been detained. It also said witnesses described him as looking “Norwegian”.

The shooting came shortly after a massive bomb went off outside the government offices in Oslo leaving 11 people dead and more than a dozen injured.

11 dead in Oslo bombing, shooting spree

At least seven people were were killed in the Norwegian capital Oslo on Friday when a suspected car bomb went off outside the office of Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, who was not hurt.

Shortly after, a man disguised as a police officer opened fire at random at a youth Labor Party summer camp on a island near Oslo, wounding several people.

There are unconfirmed reports of other unexploded devices found in the city center.

Police have arrested three suspects, whose nationality is not yet known.

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