The Danish Prime Minister said the country was still on “high-alert” on Sunday after police in Copenhagen shot and killed a 22-year-old man they believe was responsible for the double terror attack at a cafe and synagogue on Saturday and early Sunday morning that left two dead and five others wounded.
Three people were wounded at a shooting near a Copenhagen synagogue early Sunday morning in the second shooting reported in less than 24 hours in the Danish capital city. It was too early to tell whether Sunday’s shooting was related to one on Saturday that left one civilian dead and three policemen wounded at a cafe where a free speech public forum was taking place.
One civilian was killed and three policemen were wounded during a free speech public forum at a Copenhagen cafe in an apparent terror attack on Saturday. Danish police said a 40-year-old man was killed and three police officers wounded when … Continue reading
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