Danish police investigating Copenhagen shooting case as “terror act”

Danish police are investigating a shooting at a public meeting in a Copenhagen cultural centre as a "terror act", police spokesman Jorgen Skov told journalists on Saturday.

Copenhagen: Danish police are investigating a shooting at a public meeting in a Copenhagen cultural centre as a "terror act", police spokesman Jorgen Skov told journalists on Saturday.

One civilian was killed and two perpetrators were still at large after trying to shoot their way into the centre, where a debate on freedom of speech was being held. It was attended by Lars Vilks, who has received death threats since publishing images of the Prophet Mohammad.

 

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