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Interview with Norwegian spokesperson
Police have confirmed that an explosion in Oslo that struck the PM's office was caused by a bomb blast.
Last Modified: 22 Jul 2011 17:59

A deadly bomb blast has rocked one of the main government offices in Oslo, Norway.

Police have confirmed that the cause of Friday's explosion was a bomb.

There is still uncertainty about who is behind and to the reason for the blast.

Speaking to Al Jazeera, Hans Kristian Amundsen, a spokesperson for Norwegian government, shed some light on the incident.

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