France in second bid to Norway for 1982 bomber of Jewish restaurant
Norway previously refused to surrender to France a suspect in the fatal attack on a Jewish restaurant in Paris 36 years ago, killing six people and wounding at least 20. Three members of the Abu Nidal splinter group of the Palestinian Liberation Organization were wanted by France for the murders. Their lawyers used a French judicial loophole to delay prosecution. Norway refused to hand over a citizen, but recently adopted new pan-European regulations on arrests, leading French prosecutors to seek extradition for a second time.