Thousands of people have attended vigils for the nine victims of a far-right extremist attack on two shisha bars in Hanau, Germany.
At the vigils in Hanau and Berlin, people carrying candles and white roses gathered in silence.
Wednesday evening’s attack is being treated by investigators as an act of terrorism.
The German government is facing calls to do more to combat the threat of far-right extremism.
The suspect, Tobias R, 43, is said to have posted material online that showed a “deeply racist mindset”.
Tobias was found dead at his home after the rampage along with his 72-year-old mother in what appeared to be a murder-suicide.