Attack on Asylum Center in Norway
Over twenty people were left injured at the Nordbybraaten center for asylum seekers when a group of men with bats and iron bars attacked the facility.
This is the second attack this week.
The center's director, Ole Morten Lyng, says 40 to 50 men were involved in the "planned" attack some 40 miles (60 kilometers) south of Oslo late Thursday. He did not know how serious the injuries were.
Lyng was quoted by Norwegian news agency NTB as saying the attackers were Chechens. But he later told AP their nationalities were not clear.
The center houses some 200 refugees from Iraq, Afghanistan, Iran, Russia, Somalia and Eritrea.