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At least four people were injured in a shooting early on Saturday in Germany's capital Berlin, police said.
A police spokeswoman said the injured were taken to hospital in the altercation involving several people in the Kreuzberg district, adding there was no indication of a political motive.
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A media photographer said the shooting took place in a gateway on Stresemannstrasse, close to the offices of the center-left Social Democrat Party (SPD).
The police spokeswoman said there was no indication of a political motive but that the situation was still very unclear.
The unidentified assailants quickly fled the scene.
The Berlin fire service said earlier on Twitter that three people were seriously injured in the shooting.
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Mass-selling daily Bild said on its website the shooting took place in front of a synagogue. Bild reported that a hand grenade was also thrown onto a Jewish cemetery.
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The driver who caused the incident sustained moderate injuries after hitting a policeman.
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