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Maria Ressa-Rapppler Shutdown Order

Dispatch Argus 29 Jun 2022
... attends a news conference in Oslo, Saturday, Dec.
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Maria Ressa: Philippines affirms news site shutdown order

Citrus County Chronicle 29 Jun 2022
... attends a news conference in Oslo, Saturday, Dec.
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AP News Digest 3 a.m.

Citrus County Chronicle 29 Jun 2022
... attends a news conference in Oslo, Saturday, Dec.
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Ressa says Philippine courts to decide Rappler closure order

Citrus County Chronicle 29 Jun 2022
... attends a news conference in Oslo, Saturday, Dec.
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If the January 6 Hearings Don’t Change Minds, Nothing Will

The Atlantic 29 Jun 2022
At the Global Fact international fact-checkers’ conference I attended in Oslo earlier this month, there were workshops on digital investigation, lectures on media literacy, even sessions devoted to hateful social media of the kind that sometimes gets directed at people who check facts for a living—and there are many such people ... And no wonder ... .
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Norway: Suspect in deadly Pride shooting agrees to custody

Atlanta Journal 27 Jun 2022
OSLO, Norway (AP) —. The suspect in Saturday’s mass shooting during an LGBTQ festival in Oslo has agreed to be held in pretrial custody for four weeks and will therefore not appear in court on Monday, a Norwegian court said ... The gunman opened fire at three locations, including outside the London Pub, a popular gay bar in downtown Oslo.
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Norway: Suspect in Pride Month attack won't talk to police

Springfield News-Sun 27 Jun 2022
OSLO, Norway (AP) — The suspect in a mass shooting during an LGBTQ festival in Norway has refused to explain his actions to investigators and will remain in pretrial custody for the next four weeks, police and his defense lawyer said Sunday ... Oslo police said they tried to question the suspect on Saturday and again on Sunday without success.
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Norway: Deadly Pride attack suspect jailed, refuses to talk

Springfield News-Sun 27 Jun 2022
OSLO, Norway (AP) — The suspect in a deadly shooting ahead of an LGBTQ festival in the Norwegian capital, which authorities are treating as an Islamist attack, was ordered held Monday in pre-trial detention for four weeks — two of them in solitary confinement ... in downtown Oslo.
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Gunman kills 2 during Oslo Pride festival; terror suspected

Atlanta Journal 25 Jun 2022
Norway's Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Store, and Minister of Justice and Public Security Emilie Enger Mehl take part in press conference in connection with the shooting, in Oslo, Saturday, June 25, 2022 ... in connection with the shooting, in Oslo, Saturday, June 25, 2022.
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Suspected terror-linked shooting in Oslo kills 2, wounds 10

Springfield News-Sun 25 Jun 2022
Oslo Pride therefore urges everyone who planned to participate or watch the parade to not show up ... Tore Soldal and Christian Hatlo of the Oslo Police District hold a press conference in central Oslo, Saturday, June 25, 2022 ... Tore Soldal and Christian Hatlo of the Oslo Police District hold a press conference in central Oslo, Saturday, June 25, 2022.
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Oslo shooting: Man charged after two killed and over a dozen injured in suspected terror attack

ITV 25 Jun 2022
The mass shooting happened around 1am local time (11pm BST) outside a downtown Oslo bar that is popular among the city's LGBTQ+ community, according to witnesses and local media ... Tore Soldal and Christian Hatlo of the Oslo Police District held a press conference in central Oslo on Saturday ... Police gather at the site of a mass shooting in Oslo.
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Shooting in Norwegian capital was possible terror attack

Corsicana Daily Sun 25 Jun 2022
OSLO, Norway (AP) — Norwegian police say they are investigating an overnight mass shooting in Oslo that killed two people and injured more than a dozen as a case of possible terrorism ... Oslo Pride said it was nevertheless advised by police to cancel the parade and other Pride events.
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2 dead, many wounded in Norway shooting; Pride events halted

The Joplin Globe 25 Jun 2022
OSLO, Norway (AP) — Norwegian police say they are investigating an overnight mass shooting in Oslo that killed two people and injured more than a dozen as a case of possible terrorism ... Oslo Pride said it was nevertheless advised by police to cancel the parade and other Pride events.
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Oslo shooting being investigated as act of terrorism - police

The Irish Times 25 Jun 2022
Gunman opens fire at Oslo gay bar, killing two and injuring 10 on Pride parade day ... A shooting in Oslo in which two people were killed and many others injured on Saturday is being investigated as an act of terrorism, the city’s police said ... “There is reason to think that this may be a hate crime,” officers said at a news conference.
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Several killed, wounded in Oslo as gunman opens fire at gay bar on Pride day

Raw Story 25 Jun 2022
A gunman went on a terrifying rampage in a gay bar and surrounding streets in Oslo on Saturday, killing two people and seriously injuring 10 on the day the city's LGBTQ community was due to celebrate its annual Pride parade ... "There is reason to think that this may be a hate crime," officers told a news conference.

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