The Copenhagen police arrested 14 men on Saturday night, after a shooting that injured several people.
"In the ambulance I said, 'You need to get a substitute to Laurelhurst Elementary for tomorrow,'" the injured teacher recalled.
Silent vigil mourns victims of Dutch tram attack
"Up to this point, a terrorist motive is seriously being considered," prosecutors said in a statement, citing "the nature of the shooting and a letter found in the getaway car."
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A summary of what we know about the tram shooting in Utrecht, the Netherlands
Research shows engaging with peers can be "as valuable" a tool in healing from past traumatic events as seeing a professional.
Bulgarian officials confirmed the man arrested in connection to Friday's massacre in New Zealand had visited the eastern European country last year.
Sen. Fraser Anning has been widely condemned for blaming Muslim immigration for racist attacks on two New Zealand mosques that claimed at least 50 lives.
Video filmed on a mobile phone showed one person being detained after the fatal shootings at two mosques in New Zealand.
Police in New Zealand say 49 people have been killed at two mosques when at least one gunman opened fire on worshippers.
At least eight people, including children, were killed in a shooting at an elementary school in Brazil.
The gunman had been sacked earlier on Friday, police said.
One person was critically injured in a shooting at the Elmvale Acres Shopping Centre in Ottawa, Canada on Thursday morning, said police on Twitter.
Fans of nerf guns say they encourage children to turn off their screens and play with friends but could these games lead to real-life violence?
Shots fired in downtown Cologne, police arrest one and hunt is on for others
The police said the motive was unclear but the spokesperson for the prosecutor's office, Ine Van Wymersch, said it was not believed to have been a terrorist attack.
Euronews looks back at the biggest stories around Europe that you need to know about today.
Here are the top stories from across Europe you need to know about this morning
A Muslim man, originally from Kabul, Afghanistan, left in a coma after being shot by the gunman in Strasbourg city centre on Tuesday evening, has died, his brother told Euronews.
Chris Phillips, former head of the UK National Counter Terrorism Security Office, offered insights on why Strasbourg was targeted, what police are likely doing to deal with the situation, and the need for businesses to be better prepared for such events.
A gunman opened fire near the French city's famous Christmas market.
Witnesses of the shooting near the Christmas market in Strasbourg, France, have spoken to Euronews about what they saw.
US President Donald Trump has said the gunman who killed 12 people in
a South California bar this week was a "very, very sick guy"
Witnesses have recalled the moment that a gunman opened fire in a California bar on Wednesday night, killing 12 people and sending hundreds fleeing in terror.
Euronews looks back at some of the biggest stories across Europe this morning.