Norwegians Arrest Terror Suspects

Three men suspected of plotting to build explosives and commit acts of terror were arrested on Thursday, according to Police Officials in Norway. The men are also accused of having ties to Al-Qaeda. Government officials say that the men had hoped to build bombs with peroxide in them, bombs which the government called portable and highly destructive.

Two of the arrests took place in Oslo, while the third arrest took place in Germany. Despite one of the arrests occurring in Germany and claiming there were ties to suspects in other countries, officials would not comment on specific connections between these arrests and other terrorism cases in the United States and Europe.

Further arrests are a possibility as a result of the ongoing investigation, which landed the first terrorism related suspects detained in Norway since 2006.

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