Norwegians Saddened on Oslo, Norway Attacks

The two bombing incidents that happened in the capital of Norway, Oslo and the massacre at Utoeya camp have been shocking news across the region. Almost 85 people were killed in the massacre and seven were killed in the in blast bombing in Oslo. The attacks in Oslo, Norway have been condemned by many people. Meanwhile the 32-year-old perpetrator has confirmed his actions according to his lawyer.

His lawyer described his client’s action brutal but necessary. The suspect had been arrested by the time police personnel’s approached him. Chief Police Sveinung Sponheim stated that it took them around 45 minutes to get to the island until such time the perpetrator was arrested.

He also added that there were still bodies in the buildings from the bombing attacks in Oslo, Norway. Moreover, Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg extended condolences to the families who were affected and vowed to give support. King Harald, Queen Sonja and Crown Prince Haakon were also there to show their comfort to victims.

The attacks in Oslo, Norway have been the most brutal in the history of violence in the country. Norway is set to be an open country which is quite and peaceful, but this fortuitous event has already changed many lives of Norwegians.

Many are still in shock and are recovering from the incident. The aftermath of this event will likely depend on the actions taken by the government.

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