Norway: Two dead, several wounded in shooting at nightclub in Oslo

Published on Jun 25, 2022 05:37 AM IST

The Oslo police said the suspect was apprehended after he killed two and injured several people at a nightclub in the Norwegian capital.

Two people have been shot dead in a shooting at a nightclub in Oslo.(Representative image)
Two people have been shot dead in a shooting at a nightclub in Oslo.(Representative image)
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Two people were killed and several severely wounded in a shooting at a nightclub in Norway's capital Oslo, Norwegian police said early on Saturday.

A suspect was apprehended nearby, police added.

"Two people are confirmed dead," the Oslo police department said in a tweet.

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