Aase Karine Sigmond, the lawyer defending the 17-year-old Russian accused of planting a bomb-like device on Saturday, talks to the media in Oslo, Norway April 10, 2017. REUTERS/Gwladys Fouche
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Police across the Nordic region went on heightened alert after a hijacked truck plowed into pedestrians on a Stockholm shopping street Friday, killing four, in what Swedish police said appeared to be an Islamist attack.In Oslo, judge Mads Wilhelm Ruland ruled police could detain the Russian for two weeks, the maximum allowed for a minor, while they investigate under anti-terrorism laws.Police said the motive of the youth, whose name has not been released, was not known and it was unclear whether he had acted alone.After the Stockholm killings, Norway's PST security police raised the risk of an attack in Norway to "probable" from "possible".
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