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Here's a rundown of what's happened so far today.
Gunman: An as-yet unnamed 22-year-old man will appear in a Danish court later, charged with killing three people after he opened fire at a Copenhagen shopping centre.
Death toll: Two Danish teenagers, both aged 17, and a 47-year-old Russian citizen residing in Denmark, died in the shooting on Sunday.
Injured: Four people were hospitalised with gunshot wounds - one remains in a critical condition, officials say. Twenty people sustained minor injuries during the evacuation from Field's shopping centre, and an additional three were treated for possible stray shots but have since gone home, police say.
Police: Copenhagen's police chief Soeren Thomassen said officers don't currently believe the attack was an act of terror. Those targeted were selected at random and the suspect was known to mental health services, he says.
Norway solidarity: Less than two weeks after a gun attack in Oslo, Norway, Norwegian PM Jonas Gahr Store says he understands people's fears - but leaders are doing everything they can to keep people safe.
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