One person was killed and two others seriously injured in a shooting incident in southern Berlin, Germany on Thursday.
The gunman opened fire at a group of five people from close range, killing a 22-year-old person and left two others seriously wounded, then fled the site, according to eye-witness.
The 22-year-old victim, who was of Turkish origin, was hit on the head and died in hospital shortly afterwards. The other two seriously wounded, who were of Russian and Arabic origins, received timely treatments and have already come under stable conditions, according to police source.
Police said that the gunman was wearing a dark hood on the site of shooting, and his motivation remains unknown.