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07-25-2011 16:02 BJT Special Report:Norway Shocked by Twin Attacks |

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With 92 people now confirmed dead and with the main suspect being investigated by the police. what comes next? Joining us live from Oslo is the Norwegian Foreign Minister Jonas Store who, over the past 24 hours, has been helping lead the response in this unprecedented crisis.

1. Mr.Minister, the world is shocked. But remarkably there's been a calm and collected response from the Norwegian leadership. Tell me, is there still a mood of togetherness or are there growing signs of anger over what has happened?

2. If we think of global crises like earthquakes or even terrorist attacks, the international community typically responds by donating financial and humanitarian aid. But, Norway is wealthy... can the world still help and, if so, how?

3. You're not just Foreign Minister, but also an ordinary Norwegian. I want to ask how well you yourself have been able to absorb the shock that everyone is feeling... while supporting the Prime Minister and the entire country in responding to what is the biggest tragedy in decades?

That's Norwegian Foreign Minister Jonas Store speaking to us live from Oslo.


Editor:Zhang Jingya |Source: CNTV.CN

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