Annapolis (US), Jun 29 (AFP) Five people have been confirmed killed in a shooting at the offices of the Capital Gazette, a daily newspaper published in Annapolis, a historic city an hour east of Washington. Also Read - Risk of Further Incitement of Violence: Twitter Permanently Suspends Trump's Account

“There’s five fatalities that we know of. There’s several other persons that are gravely injured. We’ll have more information for you in the next briefing,” acting police chief of Anne Arundel county Bill Krampf told reporters. Also Read - 'It's Not a Cricket Match': Man Spotted Waving Indian Flag During Capitol Hill Protests, Video Angers Netizens | Watch

Steve Schuhn, county executive, added: “The suspect is being interviewed by detectives.” (AFP) CK CK Also Read - US Capitol Violence: Congress Finalises Biden's Victory, Trump Pledges 'Orderly' Transfer of Power

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