Pub targeted by terrorist attack in Oslo to reopen on Sunday

Oslo terror attack queerPhoto: Martin Solhaug Standal / NTB
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The pub Per på Hjørnet, where the terrorist attack started on Saturday night, plans to open its doors again on Sunday, the newspaper Dagbladet writes.

Two regular customers were killed there on Saturday night, the nightclub informed the newspaper.

Herr Nilsen, who is in the same building, has also been given permission by the police to open on Sunday after the forensic investigations were completed.

On Saturday night, the police roadblock was moved closer to the crime scenes, and there were still many people laying flowers on the spot.

According to Dagbladet, the employees at Per på Hjørnet started by sweeping away large amounts of broken glass.

Two men were killed when 42-year-old Zaniar Matapour fired a series of shots at people at Per and outside the London pub at 1:14 AM on Saturday. 

The London pub is a popular meeting place for the queer community in Oslo.

Source: © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews

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