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Oslo attack: Gérald Darmanin reinforces security around LGBT marches in France


The Ministry of the Interior believes that the killing in Oslo near a gay bar that occurred last night in Norway falls to "general vigilance

The Oslo attack "calls for heightened vigilance".

After the terrorist attack in Norway this Saturday, the Minister of the Interior Gérald Darmanin asked the prefects to reinforce security around the LGBT gatherings planned this Saturday everywhere in France to celebrate sexual minorities and claim more rights.

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"The dramatic events that occurred yesterday (Friday, editor's note) in Oslo, whose motivations are not yet fully established at this time, call for an increase in general vigilance", indicates the Minister of the Interior, to BFM TV.

Last night in Norway, two people were killed and 21 people injured, several seriously, in the center of Oslo.

An "Islamist terrorist" gunman, according to authorities, opened fire near a gay bar, leading to the cancellation of all LGBT gatherings in the country.

“Detect possible threats likely to weigh”

Gérald Darmanin thus asked "without delay" the prefects and the directors general of the police and the gendarmerie to "mobilize all the sensors" to "detect possible threats likely to weigh" on the events planned almost everywhere in France this Saturday.

In Paris "the anti-terrorist dimension of the system, always taken into account in a context of perennial threat, has been reinforced" and "the positioning of the police has been tightened around the demonstration", indicated the police headquarters to BFM TV.

Source: leparis

All tech articles on 2022-06-25

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