Norway: Blast near prime minister's office in Oslo SEVEN CONFIRMED DEAD The explosion caused damage to the offices of the Norwegian Prime Minister A large explosion has hit near government headquarters in the Norwegian capital Oslo. The blast is thought to have caused damage to the offices of Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg and a number of other official buildings. Initial reports suggested Mr Stoltenberg was unharmed. At least eight people were injured in the city centre explosion, local media reports. No-one has said they were behind the attack. Television footage from the scene showed rubble and glass from shattered windows in the streets - smoke was around some buildings. The wreckage of at least one car was in street. All roads into the city centre have been closed, said the NRK newspaper. Oistein Mjarum, head of communications for the Norwegian Red Cross, said his offices were close to the blast. "There was a massive explosion which could be heard over the capital Oslo." Mr Mjarum said there were fires burning in the 17-storey prime minister's building. Eyewitness Ole Tommy Pedersen said he was standing at a bus stop about 100m away from the blast. "I saw three or four injured people being carried out of the building a few minutes later," Mr Pedersen told AP. He said there was a cloud of smoke billowing from the lower floors. An NRK journalist, Ingunn Andersen, said the headquarters of tabloid newspaper VG had also been damaged. "I see that some windows of the VG building and the government headquarters have been broken. Some people covered with blood are lying in the street," Associated Press news agency quoted him as saying. "It's complete chaos here. The windows are blown out in all the buildings close by."