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OSLO, July 24 - Armed Norwegian police staged an action in Oslo on Sunday linked to Friday's shootings and bombing that killed at least 92 people, a police lawyer said.
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"The operation is related to the bomb attack in Oslo," he told Reuters, confirming an online report in Verdens Gang newspaper. Sources said the police counter-terrorism force, known as Delta, was involved in the operation.
Police have previously said that they were likely to stage follow-up
actions as they try to confirm that there are no additional threats.
Police declined comment on whether there were any arrests.
Earlier Sunday, local press reported that a suspected right-wing fanatic
accused of killing at least 92 people had been planning his attacks
since at least autumn 2009, according to an on-line manuscript written
by the suspect.
Anders Behring Breivik deemed his acts "atrocious" yet "necessary" as
Norway mourned victims of the nation's worst attacks since World War