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Mass Shooting in Norway's Gay District, 2 Dead, at Least 19 Injured

TMZ.com Saturday, 25 June 2022
Another mass shooting, this time in Oslo, Norway, where 2 people were shot to death and 19 were injured outside of 2 bars in an area of the city that is the hub of gay nightlife. It was a horrendous scene ... you hear the gunshots in the video as…
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