In the aftermath of the attack in Munich in which a gunman murdered nine people and injured 27 more, before killing himself, mourners have been gathering at the scene to pay tribute to the victims.
The 18-year-old German-Iranian attacker, named in reports as Ali Sonboly, shot people at the Olympia shopping centre and a McDonald's restaurant in the Bavarian capital on Friday. Eight of the nine dead were aged between 14 and 20 and all were Munich residents.
Witnesses lingered hours after the end of the tragedy, apparently in disbelief at what had happened. Many appeared to be in shock, and some cried as they mourned the young victims.
And by Saturday night the area outside the shopping centre was filled with flowers, candles and tributes as people went to pay their respects to the victims.