One dead after shots fired at Denmark cafe where 'Muhammad' cartoonist present
The event had been organized by controversial cartoonist Lars Vilks. (AFP)
Danish police have said that one person has died and at least three are wounded after at a cafe in Denmark's capital, Copenhagen, after gumen fired shots.
A meeting about freedom of speech was being held at the time, according to reports.
The event was organized by Swedish artist Lars Vilks who was also present. He's a controversial Danish cartoonist who has drawn caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad and received threats to his life over his drawings.
In a statement, Danish police said the victim was a 40-year-old man inside the cafe attending the event. He has not yet been identified.
Three policemen were also wounded.
Media reports said that there were numerous bullet holes in the window of the Krudttoenden cafe, where the incident happened.