Yesterday, 15 people were killed and many others injured in an armed attack on the Faculty of Arts of Charles University (FFUK) in Jan Palach Square in Prague, the capital of Czechia.

Police said in a statement: "We are responding to the reported armed attack on Jan Palach Square, where the Faculty of Arts of Charles University in Prague is located. We can now confirm more than 15 dead and dozens injured. At the moment we do not have any information that the perpetrator is linked to any terrorist organization. We are still investigating the identities of the victims. However, the attacker has been neutralized."

"THE ATTACKER MAY BE RESPONSIBLE FOR TWO OTHER MURDERS"

Interior Minister Rakusan said yesterday that they are working on the possibility that the attacker was responsible for the murder of a father and son in Klanovice two days ago, adding that they are also working on the possibility that the attacker was also responsible for the double murder in Klanovicke les.

Prague police added that they were "still waiting for the official ballistic test results".

The attacker had 8 gun licenses, including 2 long-range weapons, police said, adding that it was still unclear how many he brought into the university building.

NATIONAL MOURNING DECLARED

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Czech Prime Minister Fiala stated that they declared national mourning after the attack and said, "I send my condolences to the families and survivors of those who lost their lives and wish a speedy recovery to those who were injured. We are all shocked by today's terrible event. To honor the memory of the victims of this attack, we declare December 23 as a day of national mourning. We also call on all citizens of the Czech Republic to honor the memory of the victims with a minute of silence at 12 noon on 23 December. In addition, the government has decided in its resolution to instruct the Minister of Justice to ensure maximum cooperation with victims and survivors in their claims for compensation under the law. Thank you for the expressions of support from around the world. We appreciate them very much."