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Gibbs said he believes one explosion happened on an upper floor of a main government building. He said it blew out every window on the side of the building where the blast occurred. One of the blasts damaged the Oil Ministry and left it in flames, he said.
Ifølge Dagbladet sier politiet at angrepet var rettet mot Olje- og energidepartementet, OED. Dette underbygges av informasjon fra kommunikasjonsrådgiver i OED, Håkon Smith-Isaksen. - Lokalene til OED er ramponert. Det ser ut det gikk rett utenfor våre kontorer, sier Smith-Isaksen til Aftenposten.no.
According to Dagbladet, police said the attack targeted the Oil and Energy Affairs, OED. This is supported by information from the Communications Minister, Haakon Smith-Isaksen. - The premises of the OED is battered. It looks like it was right outside our offices, says Smith-Isaksen to Aftenposten.no.
Originally posted by TheRepublic
so multiple blasts... not an accident. and one hits the oil ministry.
my conclusion: lame false flag to drum up war support.
Friday's blast targeted the 17-storey building housing Jens Stoltenberg's office in the capital Oslo, as well as nearby ministries, including the oil ministry, which was on fire.
Police confirmed the attack was a bomb but did not give further details
The explosion that rocked a Norwegian government building today was result of a massive vehicle bomb, according to U.S. government sources on the scene
16.16 Marcus Oscarsson writes:
Norwegian police fears more bombs will go off. A first police press conference will be held 5.30 PM Norwegian time (4.30 UK Time) at the Police Main Office in Oslo. At this point the police has only confirmed that “several are dead and several injured”.
“You can not walk here there are two more bombs but we do not know where”, police told reporters at the scene.