Norway Bombing and Island Massacre

At least 92 people were killed and at least four are still missing following the Norway bombing and island massacre that happened on Friday. Police forces and rescue teams are still searching for survivors from the twin attack in Norway’s capital Oslo and nearby island Utoya. According to chief police officer Sveinung Sponheim, the police knows there are remains of bodies in the ruins of government buildings devastated by the blast in the worst such attack on Norwegian soil ever.

Norway Bombing

Norway bombing and island massacre is not organized and executed by a single man, Sponheim said. According to him, other people might be involved in the deadly attack on government buildings in downtown Oslo and a peaceful meeting of young party activists of Norway’s ruling party.

“Not since the Second World War has the country experienced such an atrocity,” Norway Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg told journalists in Oslo. He added that the situation is nightmarish and he had lost colleagues in the offices attacked in the Norway bombing and island massacre.

According to Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Store , this is a politically motivated violence and the police still investigates the assault on innocent people. Police and media in Norway identified 32-year-old Anders Behring Breivik as the main suspect in the murderous attacks.

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