Gunman kills one, injures three in shooting at German nightclub
30 July 2017 | 3:32 pm
A 34-year-old man opened fire in a nightclub in the southern German city of Konstanz on Sunday, killing one person and seriously injuring three others, police said but they ruled out 'terrorism' as a motive.
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