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Mass sho*ting occasion took place, close to and inner the “London” gay bar night club, resulting in 2 people lifeless 2 other people sh*t and at the least 15 others injured.
10 taken to hospital, Suspect in custody, Motive now no longer but known. Major emergency operation underway following reported sh*oting inside or outside LGBT nightclub in central Oslo, Norway; police asking members of public to keep away from area .
A gunman opened fire in Oslo’s nightlife district early Saturday, kil*ing two people and leaving 10 critically wounded in what police are investigating as a possible terr*rist attack throughout the Norwegian capital’s annual Pride festival.
Investigators said the suspect, recognized as a 42-year-old Norwegian citizen originally from Iran, was arrested after opening fire at three locations in downtown Oslo.
While the reason was unclear, organizers of Oslo Pride cancelled a parade that was set for Saturday as the highlight of a weeklong festival.
One of the sh*otings took place outside the London Pub, a bar famous with the city’s LGBTQ community, just hours before the parade was set to begin.
The sh*otings took place around 1 a.m. local time, sending panicked reve*lers fleeing into the streets or looking to cover from the gu*man.
Norwegian broadcaster TV2 showed footage of people running down Oslo streets in panic as shots rang out in the background.Investigators said the suspect was known to police, as well as to Norway’s security police, but not for any major violent crimes.