People put flowers to honour the shooting victims outside the main Synagogue of Copenhagen on February 16, 2015, after last week-end two fatal attacks.
AFP PHOTO / CLAUS BJOERN LARSEN
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A Danish court Monday jailed two suspected accomplices of the slain gunman behind the deadly attacks in Copenhagen while the prime minister said there were no signs of links to a wider terror network.Danes mourned the two victims of the country's first fatal terror attacks in 30 years, while some also put flowers at the spot where police killed the gunman.Two people were killed in the weekend attacks, including a Danish filmmaker attending a free speech event and a Jewish security guard shot in the head outside a synagogue in Copenhagen. Five police officers were wounded in the attacks. Denmark's security service said he may have been inspired by the recent terror attacks by Islamist extremists in Paris that killed 17 people.Police spokesman Joergen Skov said the gunman visited an Internet cafe late Saturday, about six-and-a-half hours after the first attack. Police raided the facility Sunday and detained four people, including the two men arraigned Monday, Skov said.
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