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Multiple people dead in suspected terror shooting in Munich.
At least 10 people are dead and several others injured in a shooting in Munich, Germany.
Munich is in lockdown amid police warnings that attackers may be on the loose in the city, The Guardian reports.
“We suspect terrorism,” a Munich police spokesman said.
At around 4pm local time, a man opened fire at a branch of McDonald’s outside the Olympia shopping centre, police said.
A video posted to social media shows a man dressed in black walking away from the McDonald’s while apparently firing repeatedly on civilians as they fled.
“We believe this is a shooting rampage,” a police spokesperson said.
“The attacker, or several attackers, are apparently still at large,” another police spokesperson said.
The Olympia shopping centre was built on the site of the 1972 Olympics, which were overshadowed by a terrorist attack that killed 12 people.
QLD teen burnt at house party sues host’s mother for almost $12m
A teenager who suffered third-degree burns while attending a house party is suing the host’s mother for $11.8 million, Yahoo! News reports.
Paris Turkington was a guest at a house party in Toowoomba, Queensland in August 2013 when an uninvited boy poured spirits on a backyard fire.
In the explosion, Ms Turkington -- then 16 -- suffered burns to 42% of her body, including her face.
She now needs to wear a whole-body pressure suit up to 23 hours a day, The Courier Mail reports.
The mother of the host allegedly said she had a male friend coming to help supervise the crowd and she did not need any further help, The Courier-Mail reported.
"In truth, and in fact, at no time during the duration of the gathering was any adult present to act in a supervisory capacity, other than the defendant herself," the lawsuit claims.
Trump's speech at Republican Convention
Donald Trump has formally accepted the Republican nomination in the US presidential race.
The billionaire real estate mogul gave an acceptance speech on Thursday night in Ohio, painting a troubling picture of the US in an unusually long 76-minute address.