Two men charged over Copenhagen attacks

Danish police have accused two men of helping the gunman who murdered two people in separate attacks in Copenhagen.

The suspected gunman, named by Danish media as Omar El-Hussein, was fatally shot by police after he attacked a free speech debate and a synagogue, the BBC informs.

A film director and a synagogue guard were killed and five people wounded.

“The two men are charged with helping the perpetrator with advice and deeds,” the police said in a statement.

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