Obama expresses outrage over Munich killings, vows to back Germany
The Munich shopping mall killings comes days after the world was shocked by the dastardly killings in Nice, France
Barely had the world recovered or recovering form the deadly killings in Nice, France, here comes another attack. This time in Germany, Munich, at a shopping mall on Friday night. Leading the global condemnation against the attack, US President Barack Obama has pledged support to Germany in wake of a shooting rampage at a shopping mall in Munich that left at least six people dead.
The US has also issued an advisory for its citizens in Germany, asking them to maintain a high level of vigilance and take steps to enhance personal security.
President Obama, who was briefed about the attack at Olympia-Einkaufszentrum shopping mall, said: "We don't yet know exactly what's happening there, but obviously our hearts go out to those who may have been injured. We are going to pledge all the support they may need."