Norwegian police arrest six in Oslo raids
Police in Norway have arrested six more people in connection with Friday's twin terror attack which killed at least 92 people.
Police carried out a raid on properties in Oslo earlier this morning. It is unclear why the raids are happening.
Already a 32-year-old Norwegian Christian Fundamentalist, named Anders Bahring Brevik, has admitted responsibility for carrying out the mass shooting and bomb attack.
He is due to appear in court tomorrow.
He claims he alone planted a bomb which exploded at Government Buildings in Oslo, killing seven people.
Hours later and disguised as a police officer, he then shot dead more than 84 teenagers who had been attending a Labour Party Youth Rally on the Island of Utoya.