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19 held in Norway killings probe

Nineteen people have been arrested across Poland on suspicion of producing and possessing explosives.

The Polish Internal Security Agency said the arrests were part of a wider investigation into the illegal production and sale of explosives which was launched after Norway asked Poland to investigate people with links to confessed mass killer Anders Behring Breivik, who killed 69 people at a youth camp in Norway in July.

The agency said the arrests were also the result of an analysis of a manifesto which Breivik had posted on the internet.


From Belfast Telegraph