Norway says it is activating some anti-terrorism plans

By REUTERS
November 18, 2015 19:47

 
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OSLO - The Norwegian Police Intelligence Service has activated some of its anti-terrorism plans in response to last week's attacks in Paris, the police said in a statement on Wednesday.

While there was no specific link between Norway and the killings in the French capital, individuals or small groups of people could be inspired to carry out attacks in Norway, the police added.

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