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Shooting at Norway mosque to be investigated as possible act of terrorism -police

Reuters | Oslo | Updated: 11-08-2019 15:53 IST | Created: 11-08-2019 15:51 IST
Shooting at Norway mosque to be investigated as possible act of terrorism -police
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A shooting at a Norwegian mosque on Saturday will be investigated as a possible act of terrorism, police said on Sunday.

"We're investigating this as an attempt at carrying out an act of terrorism," assistant chief of police Rune Skjold told a news conference.


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