Norway's security police, the PST, fears a terror attack on Monday 28th July, said Norwegian TV channel TV 2.
Terror attack feared 'next Monday': TV2
Norwegian PM Erna Solberg and her government fear imminent terror attack. Photo: Vegard Grøtt / NTB scanpix
25 July 2014
Terrorists are planning to launch an attack on Norway on Monday of next week, government sources are reported to have said on Friday.
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.