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Norway / Terrorism Attacks #1003047

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jul 22, 2011
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(Studio: Lester Holt) Two deadly attacks in Oslo, Norway reported; photos shown.

(London: Martin Fletcher) The explosion in downtown Oslo and the shooting rampage at a summer youth camp reviewed; scenes/photos shown of the bombed buildings, debris, the wounded, the resort island; details given about the arrest of a suspect. [Voices of witness Ayesha WOLASMAL†, journalist Hendrik Pryser LIBELL†- describe the scene.] [President OBAMA – says the international community has a stake in preventing this kind of terror.] [NBC terrorism analyst Evan KOHLMANN†- outlines possible culprits.]

(Studio: Lester Holt) Live interview held with Norway’s TV2 Network correspondent Kadafi Zaman† about the attack at the camp. [From Sollihoegda, Norway, ZAMAN – says the youths were connected to the Labor Party and a man disguised as a policeman entered the island and started shooting; notes undetonated explosives were found and they are still searching for survivors; describes the scene tonight.]

Holt, Lester;
Fletcher, Martin

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