Some of the victims of the deadly shooting rampage in Munich have been named. Three of the nine people killed by the 18-year-old gunman were from Turkey. They have been named by the country's foreign minister as Sevda Dag, Can Leyla and Selcuk Kilic. Mevlut Cavusoglu said he had telephoned their families.

Three Kosovans were also killed in the attack, it has been confirmed by their country's foreign ministry. President Hashim Thaci has declared Sunday a day of mourning for the two young girls and a man, who were ethnic Albanians. He said he considered them "heroes in the war for the joint freedom and values in Europe". The father of one of the Kosovan victims, 21-year-old Diamant Zabergja, visited the scene of the shooting holding a picture of his son. His uncle Baki Zarbgja said: "Diamant always came here (Kosovo) on holiday, but not this time because his path was cut by evil-doers. "What more can I say? An angel left us." Fadil Segashi, uncle of teenage victim Armela Segashi, said she was "an example to others". He added: "She was very polite, she was clever and she was very good in school. "She was only 14-years-old and she was a very good girl. "I have no bad words for her. She was good in every way." A Greek citizen also died. The Greek foreign ministry said in a statement: "The impact of yesterday's tragic attack at the Olympia shopping mall in Munich sadly includes a Greek citizen among the innocent victims."