The French embassy in Norway has posted a condolence protocol where people may commemorate the victims of the attack in Nice on Thursday night.
Roses adorned the black fence outside the French embassy in Drammensveien in Oslo on Friday. The French ambassador Jean-François Dobell stood outside while the staff at the embassy posted a condolence protocol where the public could commemorate those killed by the terrorist attack in Nice on Thursday.
At least 84 people were killed, many of them children, and at least 70 people are wounded after the attack. The condition is critical for 18 of them, the Interior Ministry informed on Friday morning.
Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today