Crowds march in Oslo after deadly shooting in gay bar

Crowds marched through the streets of Oslo, Norway on Saturday, June 25, a day after a gunman killed two people and left 19 seriously injured during the city’s annual Pride festival. Police said the shootings took place Friday at three locations, including outside and in the London Pub, a bar popular with the city’s LGBTQ+ community, according to Aftenposten. Police said they considered the attack an act of extreme Islamist terrorism. A 42-year-old man was arrested and charged with murder, attempted murder and terrorist acts. In response to the incident, the country’s terror threat level was raised to level five, the highest number. The Oslo Pride organizers announced it had canceled all pre-scheduled events for Saturday after saying it had received “clear advice and recommendations” from Norwegian police. Credit: Filter Nyheter via Storyful