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Wednesday 4 October 2023 Dublin: 16°C

# Oslo

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Over 80 killed in Norway’s Utoya shooting as investigation turns to second suspect
Investigation into gun and bomb attacks continue as authorities search for more possible victims on the island.
Norway attacks suspect "came out of nowhere"
Police investigating the double attacks which killed at least 91 people in Norway yesterday say that the suspect had no known links to hardcore extremists and was not on their “radar”.
Death toll in Norway rises to 91
Eighty-four people have been shot dead on the Norwegian island of Utoya. Police say the Oslo blast and the shootings are connected.
One arrested on Norwegian island following shootings
Meanwhile Norwegian police say they fear there may be explosives on the island: there are no suggestions of a connection with island shootings and the bombing in the capital as yet.
'No confirmation' of terrorist motive: Norwegian PM
Several have been confirmed dead in Oslo, with more reported casualties on the island of Utøya. The PM has said: “The people who stand behind this wish to spread fear, but we won’t let them. We must remain calm.”
LIVE: Rolling coverage of Norway attacks from state broadcaster NRK
Live footage direct from the Norwegian national broadcaster, in the aftermath of Friday’s attacks in Oslo and Utoya.
How news of the Oslo bombing unfolded on Twitter
News of the bombings in Oslo unfolded in real time on Twitter this afternoon, with people expressing their shock and sadness at the news.
WATCH: First videos of explosion aftermath in Oslo
The extent of the devastation is as yet unclear.
Photos: Explosion hits Oslo
Several people have been reported injured following the explosion, which hit central Oslo just before 3.30pm local time.
Bolt: I'm good enough to play for Man United
But first, he’s concentrating on winning the men’s 200m at the Diamond League meeting in Oslo tonight.
Liu Xiaobo awarded Nobel Peace Prize in absentia
An chair sat empty during the ceremony in Oslo to mark the absence of Liu, who is in prison in China.