Norway minister praises police after attacks

July 26, 2011 10:57


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OSLO - Norway's Justice Minister praised police on Tuesday for "fantastic" work after attacks that killed at least 76 people, despite criticisms that they were slow to react to a shooting massacre.

"It is very important that we have an open and critical approach...but there is a time for everything," Knut Storberget told reporters after talks with Oslo's police chief, referring to criticisms mostly in the media of the police response.

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