Norway attack: What we know about bow and arrow killings

Norway attack: What we know about bow and arrow killings

Norway attack: What we know about bow and arrow killings - Published A bow and arrow attack that left five people dead and three others wounded has shocked Norway. A 37-year-old Danish man has been arrested and is being questioned by police, who have not ruled out terrorism. The attack was the country's deadliest since the far-right extremist Anders Behring Breivik killed 77 people in 2011. Here's what we know. The attack took place on Wednesday evening in Kongsberg, which is about 80km (49 miles) south-west of Norway's capital, Oslo. The attacker launched the assault near a Coop Extra supermarket on Kongsberg's west side. Police first received a report of a man shooting at people with a bow and arrow at 18:12 local time (16:12 GMT). Shortly afterwards, officers with …
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