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Police remain at scene of Norway bow-and-arrows attack


Norwegian police stand outside a supermarket in the city of Kongsberg the morning after a deadly bow-and-arrows attack. Five people were killed -- four women and one man -- aged between 50 and 70 -- and two others were injured in Norway's deadliest attack in a decade. The suspect had converted to Islam and was previously known to police over fears that he had radicalised, officials said. IMAGES

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