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Terror attack feared 'next Monday': TV2

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Terror attack feared 'next Monday': TV2
Norwegian PM Erna Solberg and her government fear imminent terror attack. Photo: Vegard Grøtt / NTB scanpix
13:48 CEST+02:00
Terrorists are planning to launch an attack on Norway on Monday of next week, government sources are reported to have said on Friday.

Norway's security police, the PST, fears a terror attack on Monday 28th July, said Norwegian TV channel TV 2.

The government security agency produced a threat evaluation that stated the Muslim holiday of Eid al-fitr, the end of the fasting period Ramadan, is specifically mentioned as the day when a terror attack against Norway might occur. Several independent sources confirm this, TV 2 states.
 
Officially, PST neither confirms nor rejects the information.
 
Jon Fitje Hoffmann of PST said on Friday that a group of people are believed to have left Syria, looking to strike against targets in the West for a terror attack. Norway is mentioned as a possible target, according to PST.

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