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  1. SWAT and police are seen in Coral Springs, Florida, US, February 14, 2018. Image obtained from social media/Twitter/@Grumpyhaus At least three people died and 50 were wounded when a gunman opened fire at a Florida high school on Wednesday, local media reported, with dozens of police and emergency officials surrounding the building while students fled. Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland ? about 72 kilometres (45 miles) north of Miami ? had been placed on a ?code red? lockdown but had no information on victims, a spokeswoman for the county sheriff?s office said. SWAT and police are seen in Coral Springs, Florida, US, February 14, 2018. Image obtained from social media/Twitter/@Grumpyhaus The sheriff?s office said on Twitter that the shooter was still at large. Florida?s WSVN-TV reported at least 20 people were injured. Live television showed dozens of students running and walking away from the school, weaving their way between large numbers of emergency vehicles including police cars, ambulances, and fire trucks. Image Courtesy: CNN/Screenshot Others, in the television images, were being led out of the school by heavily-armed police officers and an armoured vehicle filled with a SWAT team arriving at the scene. One injured victim was seen being placed into an ambulance on a stretcher. Local FOX-10 TV reported that five people were seen being treated by paramedics.
  2. File photo BENGHAZI: Twin bomb blasts struck a mosque in Benghazi in eastern Libya on Friday, killing one person and wounding more than 62, the city's main hospital said. The explosions hit the mosque at the start of weekly prayers in Libya's second city, which lies 1,000 kilometres east of Tripoli, a security source told AFP. One bomb was hidden in a coffin in the courtyard of the mosque and another in a shoe cabinet at the entrance, the source added. At least one person was killed and 62 wounded, according to a spokeswoman for the city´s Al-Jala hospital, Fadia al-Barghathi. The blast follows twin car bombings on January 24 outside a mosque in Benghazi that left nearly 40 people dead. There was no claim of responsibility for that attack, which underscored the ongoing chaos in the Benghazi region which is controlled by the forces of military strongman Khalifa Haftar. Haftar, who opposes a UN-backed unity government based in Tripoli, announced Benghazi's "liberation" from militants in July last year after a three-year campaign, but sporadic violence has continued. Libya has been wracked by violence and divisions since dictator Moamer Kadhafi was toppled and killed in a 2011 NATO-backed uprising. On September 11, 2012, suspected militants linked to Al-Qaeda attacked the US consulate in Benghazi, killing ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans.
  3. KARACHI: A Rangers personnel was martyred and a police officer wounded over resistance during a robbery attempt Monday night in the city's Landhi 89 locale, Geo News reported, citing a spokesperson for Rangers. The incident ? which took place at 9:45 PM ? resulted in two gunmen being arrested and their weapons seized, the spokesperson added. Abdul Rauf ? the Rangers personnel who was martyred ? and police officer Umar Wahid, his friend who was wounded, were travelling together on a motorcycle when the incident happened. The Rangers personnel was being moved to the hospital but succumbed to his injuries on the way. The spokesperson explained that Rauf was a resident of Landhi and was on a leave before his martyrdom. His body will be sent to his family home following an investigation, he added. Among the arrestees are suspects Imran and Shabbir, the spokesperson added.
  4. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/04a8b99db8399ed89355e78e0b31219d.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9MS8yNy8yMDE4IDk6NDQ6NDYgQU0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT10bTZRQ3lHanovdkM4eER5eXppZG1nPT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] KABUL: The bodies of several people killed in a car bomb explosion were taken to Kabul hospitals on Saturday and more than 50 wounded were taken to a hospital run by the aid group Emergency, officials said. There was no immediate claim of responsibility but the blast came after heightened security alerts following an attack on the Intercontinental Hotel a week ago. That attack, which killed more than 20 people, was claimed by the Taliban. On January 21, at least five people were killed and six injured after gunmen attacked Kabul?s Intercontinental Hotel, seizing hostages and exchanging gunfire with security forces as the building in the Afghan capital caught fire and residents and staff fled. The operation to rescue the hostages was completed the next day, with 126 hostages, 41 foreigners among them, rescued. At least five dead as gunmen attack top Kabul hotel; 126 hostages rescued According to a witness who did not want to be named, the attackers took some hotel staff and guests hostage The ministry's spokesperson, Najib Danish, said three attackers were killed in the operation. Hotel manager Ahmad Haris Nayab ? who escaped unhurt ? said the attackers had got into the main part of the hotel through a kitchen and people tried to get out amid bursts of gunfire. The attack came days after a US embassy warning of possible attacks on hotels in Kabul.
  5. THE HAGUE: A shooting in downtown Amsterdam on Friday night left one person dead and two injured, Dutch police said. "One person has died and two wounded ? a man and a young woman ? were taken to hospital after a shooting on Grote Wittenburgerstraat, in the city centre," Amsterdam police spokesman Leo Dortland told AFP. "This is clearly not a terror attack, but a criminal incident," he said, adding that police were still looking for the attacker or attackers. Witnesses heard several gunshots and saw a hooded man run away, Dutch media reported. "The research unit has launched a broad investigation," Dortland said, adding that the streets in the area had been cordoned off. The police were interviewing witnesses and taking fingerprints at the crime scene.
  6. A vehicle that ran over some people at Copacabana beach is seen in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, January 19, 2018. REUTERS/Lucas Landau RIO DE JANEIRO: At least 11 people were reportedly wounded when a vehicle ploughed into pedestrians here at a popular tourist spot early Friday morning, Brazilian police said. A black hatchback drove into a sidewalk near Rio de Janeiro's tourist-packed Copacabana promenade early morning, ramming into people and injuring many. "A person lost control of his vehicle... running over at least 11 people", a Rio military police spokesman told AFP, adding that initial information did not suggest it was an intentional attack. According to firefighters, one of the victims of the accident was seriously hurt. A video on social media depicts people strewn around in the sand right after the crash. Further, beaches are way more crowded than usual since the Carnival season is about to start. Local police commander Colonel Angelotti said the black Hyundai i30's driver allegedly suffered an epileptic attack, stopping only after reaching the sands of the world-famous beach, according to global news outlet RT. The publication noted that authorities recovered "a box of medication inside the vehicle". The driver was later shifted to a medical facility, Angelotti said. Gabriel Ferrando of the local police precinct said, "My staff did not notice evidence of drunkenness, but he will undergo tests at the Medical-Legal Institute," as per a report in Oglobo, and that the driver ? who has been taken into custody ? said his epilepsy caused a "blackout". Among the wounded are four children and a baby, local news reported. ?This is a developing story and will be updated as more information is made available
  7. KARACHI: A protest staged by the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Wednesday night here at the city's Shahrah-e-Faisal ? in favour of the sugarcane farmers ? has concluded, leaving six police officers wounded. Two of the officials beat up by PTI workers are in critical condition. The old Metropole Hotel area and the nearby roads were consequently opened for traffic late night. The participants of the rally that had come from Hyderabad earlier had also joined in the political party's demonstration near Abdullah Haroon Road. Authorities, in order to disperse the protesters, had made use of baton-charge as well as tear gas shelling. A prior demand ? to let go of the detained PTI leader Haleem Adil Sheikh and numerous others ? was met, and the arrestees released. It was on Sindh Home Minister Sohail Anwar Siyal's orders that the party members were beaten up, Sheikh alleged, warning that if the farmers are not offered adequate rates ? the primary reason for the protest ? the demonstration will continue.
  8. WASHINGTON: A sheriff´s deputy was killed and six others, including four deputies, were wounded Sunday in what police called a "disturbance" in a residential suburb near Denver, Colorado. The lone suspect was killed at the end of a two-hour standoff at an apartment complex in Highlands Ranch, 12 miles (20 kilometers) south of Denver, Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock told reporters in a televised briefing. Spurlock said he believed the suspect, whose identity had not yet been confirmed, was someone who had had "law enforcement contact on a number of occasions ... but no criminal history." He said the man used a rifle and fired at least 100 rounds, catching deputies off guard. "They all went down almost within seconds of each other," Spurlock told reporters. The dead deputy was identified as Zackari Parrish, 29, a married father of two young children. He had been on the force only seven months. ´Her life is over´ Spurlock, who had never lost a deputy before, described the agony of holding the hand of Parrish´s wife and "seeing in her eyes her life is over." All four wounded deputies were in stable condition, Spurlock said. He said all had been wearing protective vests. Two civilians were also wounded, but did not suffer life-threatening injuries. Spurlock was unclear on their identities. Deputies had responded to an early-morning call of a disturbance and, arriving at the scene, initially conducted talks with the suspect, who was barricaded in a bedroom, when he suddenly opened fire on the officers. "It was more of an ambush type of attack on our officers," Spurlock said. The wounded deputies tried to pull Parrish out of the line of fire but, hampered by their own wounds, were able only to crawl to safety. Police dispatched a heavily armed SWAT team. Officers from a total of five jurisdictions, including Colorado state police, responded. As the incident unfolded, the sheriff´s office advised local residents to shelter in place and stay away from windows. "My deepest condolences to the victims of the terrible shooting in Douglas County ... and their families. We love our police and law enforcement - God Bless them all!" President Donald Trump said on Twitter. The toll among deputies appeared to be one of the highest in a police-involved shooting since five officers in Dallas, Texas were shot to death and several others injured in July 2016 by a man angered by police shootings of black men. The area near Sunday´s shooting has been scarred by dramatic mass shootings in recent years, including the Columbine school shooting in 1999, which left 15 people dead, and the 2012 shooting at a movie theater in Aurora that claimed 12 lives. Both are within a half-hour´s drive of Highlands Ranch. Spurlock said the Aurora police chief met him at the hospital where his
  9. Debris seen at the office of Afghan news agency in Kabul KABUL: At least five people were killed and six others wounded in multiple blasts near a media outlet and mosque in Kabul on Thursday, officials said, in the latest violence to hit the Afghan capital. "There were two explosions. We still do not know the target of the attack, but Afghan Voice Agency is in the area of the attack," interior ministry spokesman Najib Danish said. "Our initial information shows there are five dead and six wounded but this toll could change." AFP reporters near the scene of the blast heard a third explosion, suggesting the attack may still be under way. A hospital official told local TV that 18 wounded had been brought to his facility, including five in a critical condition. Photos posted on Afghan Voice Agency´s Facebook page showed the inside of a compound with debris and bodies lying on the ground. This is a breaking story and will be updated as reports come in.
  10. People are seen during shelling in the town of Hamoria, eastern Ghouta in Damascus, Syria, December 3, 2017. Photo: Reuters ISTANBUL: Turkey is working with Russia to evacuate around 500 people from the besieged Damascus suburb of eastern Ghouta, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Sunday. "There are around 500 people, including 170 children and women who need urgent humanitarian aid," Erdogan said ahead of his departure on an official visit to Sudan. He said he had discussed the issue with Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin. Ankara aimed to bring people in need of assistance to Turkey to provide treatment and care. The Russian and Turkish chiefs of staff would discuss the steps to be taken in operations that would also involve the Turkish Red Cresent and Turkey's Disaster and Emergency Organisation (AFAD), Erdogan said. In November, the UN humanitarian adviser for Syria called the situation in eastern Ghouta a humanitarian emergency.
  11. LIBREVILLE: Two Danish nationals were wounded Saturday in a knife attack in Gabon´s capital apparently committed in retribution for "US attacks against Muslims", a minister said. The two men, who were reporters for the National Geographic magazine, were stabbed while shopping in a popular tourist area, said defence minister Etienne Massard. According to the first testimonies at the scene, the assailant was a 53-year-old Nigerien man. He was arrested on the spot," said Massard. The man, who has lived in Gabon for 19 years, "in his first statements said he acted in retaliation for US attacks against Muslims and America´s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel´s capital". The two victims were sent to a hospital in the capital Libreville, one in a serious condition, government spokesman Alain-Claude Bilie By Nze told AFP. Massard said the government was treating the attack as "an isolated act" and said an investigation had been launched. "Following this cowardly and despicable act, the government wishes to assure the people that Gabon will not become a theatre for attacks against our way of life," he said in a televised address. "Everything will be done to ensure that the perpetrator and any accomplices are punished to the full extent of the law." Gabon, a small French-speaking former colony with 1.8 million inhabitants, has so far been spared the militant attacks that have taken place in some neighbouring countries.
  12. Lee Cook-jong, a South Korean surgeon who operated the defected North Korean soldier with gunshots, speaks during an interview with Reuters at a hospital in Suwon, South Korea, November 23, 2017. REUTERS SEOUL: A North Korean soldier who suffered critical gunshot wounds during a defection dash across the border to South Korea has been transferred to a military hospital, a South Korean intelligence official said on Saturday. The North Korean soldier, 24-year-old Oh Chong Song, was transferred to the military hospital on Friday from a trauma center at Ajou University Hospital south of Seoul, where his treatment for gunshot wounds and pre-existing conditions included two major operations. ?Oh has been transferred to South Korea?s military hospital and South Korea?s intelligence services will soon schedule the security questioning process depending on Oh?s condition,? the intelligence official told Reuters. The official, who declined to be identified, also declined to provide a specific schedule for Oh?s questioning. Oh was shot and badly wounded by his fellow North Korean soldiers while fleeing across the border into the South in November. Three South Korean soldiers brought Oh to safety and he was immediately taken aboard a US Black Hawk military helicopter and rushed into surgery. ?Medical staff at the Armed Forces Hospital will continue to provide proper care and treatment for Oh,? a South Korean defense ministry official. Surgeon John Cook-Jong Lee accompanied Oh, along with a few South Korean intelligence services agents and other medical crew, as he was airlifted by a South Korean military helicopter to the Korean Armed Forces Capital Hospital in Seongnam, south of Seoul. ?Oh is still recovering from two major surgeries and other minor injuries. He has not gained full strength yet, but his condition has been much stabilized,? said a person familiar with Oh?s condition, who declined to be identified.
  13. KIEV: An explosion rocked the Ukraine's capital city here Wednesday night, killing one and wounding at least three others, international media reported citing the country's interior ministry official. A member of the parliament (MP) is among those injured in the blast, an adviser at the Ukrainian interior ministry said in a social media post following the incident. ?This is a developing story and will be updated as more information is available
  14. A gunman stormed a suburban Maryland business park Wednesday and shot five people, three of them fatally, before escaping, police officers said. Photo: AFP WASHINGTON: A gunman stormed a suburban Maryland business park Wednesday and shot five people, three of them fatally, before escaping, police officers said. A manhunt was underway for 37-year-old Radee Labeeb Prince, who was associated with the granite business where the shootings took place, said Harford County Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler. "This does appear to be a targeted attack, limited to that business," Gahler said as he confirmed there were three dead and two other victims who were transported to trauma centres in serious condition. He did not explain Prince's exact association with the business. While the sheriff told reporters that investigators do not believe anyone else was involved, "there's an individual out there on the loose who committed one of the most heinous acts we've ever seen in our county." All five victims were shot with a handgun and were employees of the business, Gahler said. The deadly attack in the town of Edgewood, about 23 miles (37 kilometres) northeast of Baltimore, is the latest mass shooting in a country where such killings have become commonplace. On October 1, a gunman in an upper-floor casino hotel room opened fire on thousands of people gathered at an outdoor country music concert in Las Vegas, killing 58 and wounding more than 500 in the deadliest shooting in recent US history. To date in 2017, there have been 285 mass shootings ? defined as four or more people shot or killed, not including the shooter ? in the United States or nearly one per day
  15. ANKARA: A police vehicle in Turkey?s southern province of Mersin was hit in a bomb attack on Tuesday, wounding several people, security sources and Turkish media said. Broadcaster NTV said that some 12 people were injured in the attack, in Mersin?s Yenisehir district. Mersin Mayor Burhanettin Kocamaz told another broadcaster, Haberturk, that the attack took place on the street where the local governor?s office is located. He said the police vehicle was moving at the time of the attack. An image of the street published on NTV?s website showed smoke billowing from the area, which had been cordoned off by police. Ambulances, police and fire trucks were sent to the site of the attack, security sources said. A blast also occurred a day earlier, on Monday, when an improvised explosive device detonated in Hakkari province of the country, reports stated.
  16. TRELLEBORG: At least half a dozen people were injured after gunshots rang out late Thursday night in a busy market here in Sweden's southern town, reports from international media outlets indicated. Multiple people were wounded in firing "incidents" in the heart of the Scanian town, British media outlet Express UK said. Shortly thereafter, armed police arrived and cordoned off the crime scene, where witnesses had reported hearing a loud "bang". A police spokesman explained that after receiving "several reports of a shooting", law enforcement authorities "found that, within a fairly limited area, we find more people with suspected shot injury", according to the publication. With "a major police operation" being carried out in ?multiple locations?, security officials have blocked some areas and are conducting "an investigation". There is no official word yet from the authorities regarding either the suspect or the victims. It is unconfirmed at present whether there is more than one shooter or if anyone has been detained. The victims' condition, on the other hand, also remains unknown. ?This is a developing story and will be updated as more information is available
  17. Las Vegas/File photo At least two people died early on Monday and 24 were hospitalised with suspected gunshots wounds in Las Vegas, a local hospital spokesman said, as police investigated reports of an active shooter in the city. The reports emanated from the Mandalay Bay Casino on the city´s famous strip. One Twitter user posted that the hotel was on lockdown, while another, citing police scanners, said two gunmen who had shot at a bodyguard and police were on the 32nd floor of the hotel. Witnesses heard numerous gunshots at the casino hotel, where police tactical teams were searching for the attacker, according to reports on CNN and in the New York Times. It was not immediately clear how many people were injured. A representative of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police could not be reached immediately.
  18. An Indian army soldier stands guard while patrolling near the Line of Control (LoC) ? a ceasefire line dividing Kashmir between India and Pakistan ? in Poonch district, August 7, 2013. REUTERS/Mukesh Gupta/Files RAWALPINDI: One girl was martyred and two citizens were injured Saturday following an incidence of unprovoked firing by Indian Army in the Nakyal sector of the Line of Control (LOC), the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a statement issued earlier last night. However, the Pakistan Army immediately responded "befittingly", with full force. The Indian Army targeted a village with the use of "small arms and mortars" and, as a result, Tashiba was martyred, while two other persons, including the deceased's sister, were left wounded. 22-year-old Tashiba ? the daughter of Muhammad Iqbal ? and her sister Aneeqa, 18, both hail from Balakot village.
  19. File Photo KARACHI: Two people were injured during firing incidents late Saturday night in different areas of the metropolis, Geo News reported. A stray bullet left a child wounded in Orangi Town No. 2 last night, police officials stated, adding that the bullet came from an unknown direction. Another person was injured in a firing incident, which occurred following resistance during a robbery attempt, in North Nazimabad's Block U, rescue sources said. Police raids Law enforcement agencies carried out a raid at a supermarket in Liaquatabad area here last night that led to the arrest of three members of a robbers' gang, police officials stated. The suspects ? identified as Rehan, Mukhtiar Ali, and Ali Murtaza ? hail from different areas, with the former a local resident and the latter two coming from some interior Sindh locality. Police said a car and a pistol were recovered from the detained suspects, who had arrived at the supermarket with the intention to rob it. An alleged street criminal was taken into custody during an operation conducted in Orangi Town's Pakistan Bazaar area, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP)-West said. The police officer explained that weapons and motorcycles were recovered from the arrestee. Combing operation A door-to-door search was carried out during a combing operation in Lines Area and A.B. Sina Line locale, wherein 15 suspects were detained for questioning, police sources revealed. In addition, a gang war leader ? identified as Nasir (alias Cablewala) ? was also detained during the operation, security officials said. The detained gang war leader was allegedly involved in setting up illegal power lines in the area, police added. Rangers raid Rangers conducted a search operation in the Risala area here last night, sources disclosed, adding that no arrests were made nor any suspects detained. A door-to-door search was carried out during the operation, the sources said.
  20. People gather outside of Freeman High School south of Spokane after a shooting on Wednesday. Image Courtesy: Seattle Times/KHQ via AP LOS ANGELES: One student was killed and at least three other people were wounded Wednesday in a shooting in a school in the northwest of the United States, according to officials quoted by local media. The shooting took place in a high school in the town of Spokane in Washington state, 460 kilometres (285 miles) from Seattle. Fire department spokesman Brian Schaeffer told local media that one student had been killed and that three others were admitted to a nearby hospital in a stable condition. The shooter has been arrested, according to the Spokane sheriff's office. Some media reported a total of six people had been hit by bullets, including the deceased. The sheriff's office said on its Twitter account that police were "going room to room, floor by floor. We understand parents are extremely concerned. We will provide info ASAP, please avoid area." Other schools in the area were closed as a precautionary measure.
  21. File Photo KARACHI: Four people were electrocuted to death, while one was severely wounded in a rain-related incident Friday night here on Jinnah Road in the Sher Shah area, Geo News reported. The victims of electrocution were reportedly the owners of road-side swings, law enforcement agencies said, adding that they were passing via Jinnah Road when their ride came into contact with a fallen power cable. The deceased have been identified as Arshad Ghulam Yaseen, Akhtar Rafiq, Sabir Ashiq, and Nawaz Sohara, while the wounded person is Asif ? son of Ghulam Farid, police explained. Residents of the locality, however, mentioned that a complaint had been filed with K-Electric three days ago, but no one turned up to fix it. "K-Electric did not send anyone even after we filed a complaint with them," one of the residents said. Condemning the incident, they said the power supply company only sent a team after four lives were lost.
  22. PARIS: A car ploughed into the outdoor terrace of a pizzeria in the town of Sept-Sorts ? located in the city's east ? early Tuesday night, killing an eight-year-old girl and injuring several other people, local media outlets reported. The vehicle wounded at least eight others, BFM TV said, adding that the driver has subsequently been detained. At present, it is unclear whether this incident was terrorism-related or not. A local official from the Seine-et-Marne prefecture declined to comment. Investigators believe the act was "deliberate... but apparently has no connection with a terrorist act," the public prosecutor's office in the town of Meaux said. France has suffered a string of terror-related attacks, including the use of cars as weapons. On August 9, six soldiers were injured after they were hit by a rented BMW in a western Paris suburb. The suspect, a 36-year-old Algerian man, was later shot and wounded after a dramatic motorway chase. ?This is a developing story and will be updated as more information is available.
  23. ESNA: A policeman and a civilian were killed and three people wounded in an attack late on Thursday on a patrol in Esna, south of Luxor, the Interior Ministry said. The police patrol had stopped a vehicle and when stopped, two gunmen fired on the patrol, the ministry said in a statement. One of the perpetrators were arrested while the other fled, the ministry said, adding that the wounded have been transferred to hospital. Attacks on security forces have been common in Egypt since the army, led by general-turned-President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, ousted President Mohamed Mursi in 2013 following mass protests against his rule.
  24. File KABUL: A Taliban suicide bomber attacked a convoy of foreign forces in Afghanistan late Thursday, killing one NATO soldier and wounding six other personnel, the coalition said. "The patrol was conducting a partnered mission with the Afghan National Army when a personnel-borne IED (improvised explosive device) detonated," in Qarabagh district in Kabul province," NATO said in a statement. The Taliban quickly claimed the attack on social media and in Whatsapp messages to journalists. Qarabagh district is located 50 kilometres north of the capital Kabul and is near Bagram Airbase, the largest American base in Afghanistan. "One Resolute Support Soldier was killed and six personnel (five troops and one interpreter) were wounded Thursday evening when their patrol was attacked by a suicide bomber," Nato said referring to the name of its Afghan mission. "The RS personnel who were wounded are being treated at the U.S. military hospital at Bagram Airfield. All of the wounded are listed in stable condition," it added. The nationality of the dead soldier and injured was not immediately known. Civilians were also reported to have been wounded in the nighttime attack. "#Afghanistan explosion in Qarabagh district, 12 wounded brought to our #Kabul hospital so far," tweeted an Italian-run hospital in the capital which specialises in dealing with victims of bombings. The attack came a day after a Taliban suicide bomber killed two US soldiers in Afghanistan´s restive southern province of Kandahar when he rammed a vehicle filled with explosives into a convoy of foreign forces.
  25. A Kurdish Iraqi man armed with an M16 automatic rifle opened fire in a packed nightclub in southern Germany early Sunday after a dispute there, killing a bouncer and wounding four people before being shot by police. The 34-year-old attacker "was critically injured in a shootout with police officers as he left the disco, and later succumbed to his wounds in hospital," police said in a statement. "Nothing suggest that there could have been a terror background" to the attack at the club, said prosecutor Johannes-Georg Roth.suggest that there could have been a terror background" to the attack at the club, said prosecutor Johannes-Georg Roth. "Rather, everything points to a personal dispute that had escalated in an unspeakable manner," he added. The foreign gunman had been living in Germany since 1991, having obtained asylum status. He was the son-in-law of the owner of the nightclub called "Grey", and was known to police for previous violations including grievous bodily harm."Grey", and was known to police for previous violations including grievous bodily harm. Investigators piecing together the assault said the man had initially left the site after a "fight with an employee at the disco" and gone home to pick up the US-made M16 rifle. "He came back and shot dead the bouncer at the entrance area of the disco," recounted Roth, adding that the attacker sprayed the area with bullets. He then engaged in a shoot-out with police before being shot. One officer injured in the exchange of fire only escaped alive thanks to the titanium helmet he was wearing, added police. Officials saluted the bravery of the officers, saying their actions likely saved more lives as the "many magazines were found" at the site. 'Club was jam-packed' Officers began receiving emergency calls from terrified clubbers at around 4:30 am (0230 GMT) as the man began shooting in the nightclub heaving with "several hundred" people, said police. An unnamed clubber was quoted by Suedkurier daily that he was in the washroom when someone came in and closed the toilet door saying there was shooting. "I didn't believe it and went out. But I heard shots and quickly ran back to the toilet and closed the door with another person. With us was a bouncer who was shot and he was bandaging the wound with a belt," said the witness. A bartender then opened the emergency exit door, allowing revellers to flee, he said, adding that he saw another person with a wound in the leg lying on the grass by the parking lot. "I just shouted at everyone to run and when we were in the parking lot, we heard shots again," he said. The shooting in Constance, which borders Switzerland, came just two days after Germany was shaken by a knife attack in the northern port city of Hamburg. A 26-year-old Palestinian had killed one and injured six in an assault at a supermarket. Germany has been on high alert about the threat of a militant attack, especially since last December's truck rampage through a Berlin Christmas market that claimed 12 lives. But it has also been hit by other assaults unrelated to the militant threat. Among the deadliest in recent years is a Munich shopping mall rampage last June by 18-year-old German-Iranian man which left 10 people dead including the gunman himself.