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Interview: Norway shooting witness
Ali Esbati tells Al Jazeera what he saw and experienced during shooting at camp on Utoya island.
Last Modified: 23 Jul 2011 08:31

Ali Esbati was at the camp in Utoya, Norway, where a shooting spree left at least 84 people dead just after a bomb blast at government offices in Oslo killed at seven people.

Safely home in Oslo, Esbati spoke to Al Jazeera, describing what he saw and experienced.

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