Reports indicate that one of the suspected Munich shooters killed himself.
Officials caution that they have not determined who was behind Friday’s deadly mall shooting in Munich that has left at least six dead and several others wounded. Officials are scouring the city of Munich looking for potential terror suspects who may have been involved in Friday’s attack.
The attack comes in the same week as the Daesh-inspired strike on a train in Wuerzberg, Germany that left several injured. That attack was carried out by a 17-year-old Afghan refugee who yelled “Allahu Akbar” while swinging the axe at unsuspecting passengers.
Germany has accepted over 2 million refugees since the Syrian crisis began, a position that has led to a resurgence of far-right nationalist groups that have called for bans and violence against Muslims. German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s approval ratings have also plummeted to historic lows amid the societal culture shock resulting from this policy.
Hundreds of migrants marching to Hungary border in protest