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First Picture of Ali David Sonboly Munich Attacker Who Was Mentally Sick

Iranian-German killer, 18, Ali David Sonboly, 18, killed nine people - six men and three women - during his murderous rampage Olympia Shopping Centre in Munich. Police confirmed that Sonboly had 300 rounds of ammunition in his bag while he shot at people in the city



He had documents about spree shootings in his room at his parents' flat where he lived, two miles from the scene. The teenager used a Glock 17 semi-automatic handgun to kill the victims - who were aged between 13 and 45.


And during a press conference today, Munich police chief Hubertus Andrae confirmed left-handed Sonboly - whose father works as a taxi driver - had no links to ISIS.


He described him as a 'classical shooter without any political motivation' and added that he committed suicide as he was not shot by police.


It also emerged that the teenager received 'psychological treatment' and was interested in mass shootings after files were found at his parents' home, which was two miles from the scene…

Syrian Army Fully Cuts Militants' Only Main Route to Aleppo

Syrian government forces have completely cut off the only main road used by foreign-backed militants into Aleppo.


According to a London-based monitor on Sunday, militant-controlled parts of the northern Syrian city are now completely besieged after the army reached the Castello Road and fully cut it.

"Aleppo is now 100% besieged," the French news agency AFP quoted a militant based in the city as saying, adding the army has started setting up sandbag barriers.

The army had advanced on July 7 to within firing range of the key supply route but had not reached the road itself.

Located south of the Syrian-Turkish border, Aleppo is the commercial and industrial hub and has always been a military strategic site.

The new advances came a day after the Syrian army recaptured the town of Kinsabba in northern Latakia.

Kinsabba, located in the mountains and considered an important strategic town, was taken over by the militants in June.

The army had been attempting to seize the Castello Road an…