Norway: Suspect in Pride Month attack won't talk to police

OSLO, Norway -

The suspect in a mass shooting during an LGBTQ festival in Norway has refused to explain his actions to investigators and will remain in pretrial custody for the next four weeks, police and his defense lawyer said Sunday.

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