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Manhunt after two shot dead in German city Germany gun attack: Two killed in Halle
(32 minutes later)
At least two people have been killed in a shooting in the eastern German city of Halle, police say.At least two people have been killed in a shooting in the eastern German city of Halle, police say.
The police warned residents to stay in their homes as the attacker was still on the run. The police said one person had now been arrested but other perpetrators may still be in a vehicle on the run.
Witnesses say the gunman was wearing military camouflage and had several weapons. The shootings took place in the Paulus area. Witnesses had reported one gunman wearing military camouflage and carrying several weapons.
The Bild newspaper said the attack took place near a synagogue in the Paulus area of the city but this has not been officially confirmed. The Bild newspaper said the attack took place near a synagogue but this has not been officially confirmed.
One witness said one attacker had thrown a Molotov cocktail or grenade over a cemetery wall.
After the attack in Paulus, police then warned residents of Landsberg, 8km (5 miles) north-east of the city, to stay alert.
It was not clear where the arrest took place. Police are still warning residents to remain in their homes.
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