Three killed in Copenhagen shopping centre attack

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Danish police have said three people were shot dead and three critically injured after a gunman opened fire at a busy Copenhagen shopping centre on Sunday evening. A 22-year-old Danish man was arrested after the shooting and charged with manslaughter. The shooting occurred at Field’s, one of the biggest shopping malls in Scandinavia and located on the outskirts of the Danish capital

Copenhagen shooting: three killed in Denmark shopping centre attack

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