There has been an attack on a gay club in the Norwegian capital of Oslo. According to the police, at least two people died and there were numerous, some seriously injured. Shortly after the crime, the police arrested a suspect.
According to the Norwegian medium BNN, there has been an attack on the "London Pub" club in the Norwegian capital Oslo. According to initial police findings, at least two people have died and many have been injured. Ten of them have been taken to a hospital, twelve are receiving emergency medical care on site. According to reports from Dailymail, a suspect has been arrested. The situation was completely unclear, said the police. The club claims to be the largest club for gays and lesbians in the city. June is celebrated internationally as so-called "Pride Month", in which homosexuals in particular draw attention to their concerns and demands and celebrate their sexuality at many events. In Oslo, the events are scheduled to end tomorrow, Sunday.
Local police are asking people to make room for the rescue workers. There are first pictures of the situation on site on social media.