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Norwegian PM: Terrorists won't destroy country

07-23-2011 08:52 BJT Special Report:Norway Shocked by Twin Attacks |

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Norway's Prime Minister Jens Stol-tenberg has vowed terrorists will not "destroy" his country, after two attacks killed at least 20 people.

He said the government wouldn't speculate if an Islamist terrorist group was responsible, adding it was "too early" to know the motive for the attacks.

Stol-tenberg told a press conference that no one would scare the country.

The Prime Minister, who was thought to be a target of the attacks paid tribute to those who had been killed and the emergency workers who tried to save them. Stolt-enberg said the messages of support from around the globe had helped the country.

He urged intelligence agencies across the world to work together.



Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source: CNTV.CN

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