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Friday, July 22, 2011

Bombed, the capital of Norway Similar War Zone

Norwegian capital, Oslo, is known as a quiet place, away from violence and to hold regular bestowal of the Nobel Peace World. However, Friday, Oslo is like a war zone. The atmosphere of the city's disarray following the bomb blast that destroyed several buildings, including the office of Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg.

Norwegian journalist, Anne Marte Blindheim, calling the scene in Oslo "is like a war zone." "It's not like we used to see in Norway. High-rise building and all the windows were completely destroyed. There was blood and papers strewn everywhere, a number of cars crushed. A car completely burnt," said Blidnheim, as quoted by the daily The Telegraph.

Local police then gave orders over the radio and television to the public to leave the city center. Those who are out of town to stay at the residence of each. More news emerged there was an explosion shortly after the explosion at a government office. Police to make sure it came from a bomb explosion.

Residents were panicked, because there has never been anything like this in Oslo. "I saw a woman dead and several injured. I do not know what to do. People were running for fear there will be another explosion. I was very scared," said resident named Bevdin Azimov.

According to the news station CNN, so far seven people were reportedly killed and dozens others injured in the blast in Oslo.

There is not any party that claimed responsibility for the incident. Explosion damaged a government building in the Norwegian capital of Oslo, including the office of Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg and the Ministry of Petroleum.

But Stoltenberg reportedly survived the blast. Stoltenberg, was at another place and immediately issued a statement that he survived.

Brutal shootings

Shortly after the bomb blast in Oslo, the Norwegian public was stunned by the news of the shooting on an island. According to the Associated Press, the shooting took place on the island Utoya, precisely at a training camp of the young Labour Party. The island is located about 30 km from the capital Oslo.

Shooter is a man who dressed like a police uniform. The identity of the perpetrator is unknown. There were also reports police have arrested a man suspected of involvement in the shooting. He is also suspected of bombing in Oslo.

Quoted as the local police, the daily pages of The New York Times reveals that brutal shootings killed up to ten people. However, the death toll is feared to increase. A witness said he saw between 20 to 25 people are not lifeless.


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