Denmark Terror Attacks: Police Killed Man Believe to Be Gunman at Muhammad Cartoonist Event
A police technician works next to the door to Krudttoenden in Oesterbro, Copenhagen, February 15, 2015. Danish police shot dead a gunman in Copenhagen on Sunday they believe was responsible for killing two civilians and wounding five police in separate attacks on a synagogue and an event promoting freedom of speech. Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt said the shootings, which bore similarities to an assault in Paris in January on the offices of weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo, were terrorist attacks.
Danish police say they have killed a man believed to be the gunman behind two separate shootings Saturday that left two people dead and is thought to be an act inspired by the Paris terror attacks last month.
Copenhagen authorities used surveillance images to track the suspect to his home Sunday where a shootout occurred that left him dead, and no officers injured, according to CNN. The identity...
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