The Heat: Munich shooting attack

The Heat

Police on the groundsPolice walks near a shopping mall amid a shooting on July 22, 2016 in Munich. Several people were killed on Friday in a shooting rampage by a lone gunman in a Munich shopping centre. (AFP PHOTO / dpa / Matthias Balk)

At least nine people have been killed in a shooting spree that broke out at a McDonald’s restaurant Friday in Munich.

A police spokesperson said “the shooting looks like a terror attack.” It comes over a week after another terror attack in Nice, France that killed more than 80 people.

For the very latest, two CCTV correspondents who joined from Europe. Ira Spitzer is in Berlin and Kevin Ozebek in Brussels.

Tonight’s panel takes a look at Breaking News story in Germany:

  • Rolf Buellmann, a correspondent for the German media network, ARD, and deputy bureau chief in Washington, DC. He’s also from Munich and has been talking with his family there since the shooting attack took place a few hours ago.
  • Ansgar Graw, a senior political correspondent with Die Welt.
  • Rebecca Zimmerman, an associate policy analyst at the RAND Corporation.
  • Joav Toker, a professor of international relations with the American Graduate School in Paris.