British Broadcasting Corporation Home. Fifteen people have been killed by a teenage gunman who went on a rampage in south-west Germany, officials say. Among the dead were nine pupils, eight of them girls, and three teachers at the Albertville secondary school in the town of Winnenden, north of Stuttgart.
Police arrest three men, whose identities and roles were not yet confirmed, near Marienplatz square following a rampage shooting in Munich, Germany. Police officers escort people with their hands raised from inside the shopping center as they respond to a shooting at the Olympia Einkaufzentrum in Munich, Germany. People evacuate from the shopping mall with their hands up in Munich, Germany, after the shooting.
The gunman who opened fire at at a shopping mall in Munich had a fixation with mass shootings and was inspired by Anders Behring Breivik, a far-right terrorist and mass murderer from Norway, German authorities said on Saturday. Robert Heimberger, a police investigator, said that year-old German-Iranian Ali Sonboly posed as a young woman on Facebook to invite people to McDonald's with the promise of free food. Sonboly first opened fire at a McDonald's restaurant at around pm local time on Friday.
A California teacher's brave conversation with a year-old gunman who had opened fire on his classmates allowed 28 other students to quickly escape what could have been a massacre. Science teacher Ryan Heber calmly confronted the teenager after he shot and critically wounded a classmate, whom he claimed to authorities had bullied him for more than year at Taft Union High School. Responding to calls of shots fired, campus supervisor Kim Lee Fields arrived at the classroom and helped Heber talk the boy into giving up the weapon. One student, who police say the shooter had targeted, was shot.
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The lone teenager who shot dead nine people and injured 27 others in Munich had researched school killing sprees and attempted to lure victims to the scene of his rampage with an offer of free food on social media, officials have said. They added that he had likely been in psychiatric care and there were indicators he had been treated for depression. Robert Heimberger, a police investigator, said on Saturday it appeared the gunman had hacked a Facebook account and lured people to the shopping centre with an offer of free food.
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On 22 Julythere was a mass shooting in the vicinity of the Olympia shopping mall in the Moosach district of MunichGermany. An year-old Iranian-GermanDavid Ali Sonboly, opened fire on fellow teenagers at a McDonald's restaurant before shooting at bystanders in the street outside and then in the mall itself. Nine people were killed and thirty-six others were injured, four of them by gunfire. Sonboly then hid nearby for more than two hours, and killed himself by a self-inflicted gunshot wound after he was stopped by police.
By Emily Saul. July 24, am Updated July 24, am. The lone teen gunman who killed nine people during a shooting spree at a Munich mall was a video game junkie who was planning the attack for a year, officials said Sunday.