Two dead after second shooting this month in Germany city of Hamburg
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Two people have died after a shooting in Hamburg, police said on Sunday — the city's second deadly shooting this month.
Police said they had concluded an operation and were now investigating in the Langenhorn district of the northern German city.
A police spokesperson declined to comment about the perpetrator of the latest incident.
The German newspaper Bild reported that police were called shortly before midnight on Saturday and that 28 vehicles rushed to the scene.
Two men, aged 42 and 50, died after an apparent dispute, Bild reported.
The 50-year-old man is believed to have shot the younger man several times with a revolver, before turning the gun on himself.
On March 10, eight people died, including an unborn baby after a shooting at a Jehovah's Witness meeting hall in Hamburg.
A sole gunman, who police said had "ill feelings" towards the religious community, later took his own life.
Germany has strict gun laws but one of Europe's highest rates of firearm ownership.
The nation has 30 guns per 100 residents, compared to 15 for Australia and 112 for the United States.
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