Press Conference: Saturday Afternoon and Death Hours
press conference: Skjold said the investigation had shown that the man appeared to hold far-right and anti-immigrant views, according to CTV. The suspect entered the al-Noor Islamic Centre on Saturday afternoon armed with multiple weapons and opened fire before being overpowered by a man who suffered minor injuries in the process. We are looking at an attempted act of terror, acting chief of the police operation Rune Skjold told a press conference. Only three people were inside the mosque at the time of the attack, and police said they recovered two firearms from the scene but did not specify which type. Suspicious death Hours after the attack on Saturday, the body of a young woman related to the suspect was found in a house in Baerum. Norway was the scene of one of the worst-ever attacks by a right-wing extremist in July 2011, when 77 people were killed by Anders Behring Breivik. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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