Oslo shooting close to gay bar researched as psychological oppression, as Pride march is dropped

By Jessie Yeung, Mayumi Maruyama, James Frater and Niamh Kennedy

Refreshed 1554 GMT (2354 HKT) June 25, 2022

Security powers at the site of a shooting outside the London Pub in focal Oslo, Norway, on June 25.

Oslo's yearly Pride march was dropped on Saturday following a dangerous taking shots

A gay bar that Norwegian police are researching as a potential fear monger assault.

Two individuals were killed and eight others taken to medical clinic after the shooting close to the London Pub

Which depicts itself on its site as "the biggest gay and lesbian scene in Oslo."

Police got different calls about the shooting at 1:14 a.m. neighborhood time, and showed up at the scene minutes after the fact

The suspect, accused of psychological warfare, is a Norwegian resident initially from Iran, and was "known to the police,"

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