A police officer walks near a robot in an area that has been cordened off in central Oslo on late April 8, 2017, after police arrested a man following the discovery of a 'bomb-like device'. AFP / NTB Scanpix / Fredrik Varfjell
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A 17-year-old asylum-seeker from Russia was arrested Sunday in connection with an explosive device found near a busy subway station in Norway's capital and defused before it detonated, authorities said.The youth was not identified, but security service head Benedicte Bjornland said intelligence agencies were aware of him. He is an asylum-seeker from Russia who arrived in Norway with his family in 2010, Bjornland said. Norway's intelligence agency raised the terror threat in the country Sunday to "likely" for "a two-month period".
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