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2 dead, 14 injured in shooting in Oslo’s gay district

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Two people were killed and eight others hospitalized with injuries in a shooting near the London Pub in Oslo, Norway’s gay district early this morning (Saturday, June 25), prompting organizers to cancel the city’s annual Pride parade that had been scheduled for later today.

Another 14 people reportedly received minor injuries. According to CNN, police received multiple calls about the shooting at 1:44 a.m.

and arrived on scene within minutes. Three minutes after officers arrived, they had located and arrested the suspect. The man arrested is a Norwegian citizen originally from Iran who was “known to police” but had, until the shooting, received only “minor convictions,” according to prosecutor Christian Hatlo.

He said the suspect has been charged with murder, attempted murder and terrorist acts. According to the BBC, police consider the attack an act of extreme Islamist terrorism.

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