Iran has condemned the attack, which police say was carried out by a teenage German-Iranian gunman.
Foreign ministry spokesman Bahram Ghasemi denounced “the killing of innocent and defenceless people” and expressed Iran’s solidarity with the German government and people, official IRNA news agency reported.
Ghasemi also called for a “relentless and comprehensive fight” to eradicate violence.
07:52 Overnight armed officers carried out raids on apartments in Munich.
Nine people were shot and killed, and a further 21 injured, in an attack at a shopping centre in Munich on Friday evening.
Despite early reports of multiple attackers, there was only one gunman, whom police identified as an 18-year-old with dual German and Iranian citizenship.
The gunman shot himself, bringing the death toll to ten.
His motive is still “fully unknown”, the chief of Munich police told a press conference in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Before killing himself, the gunman became involved in a furious exchange with a bystander, telling him “I am German!”
Sixteen people remain in hospital, police said, three of whom are in “serious” condition. Children are among the victims.
Angela Merkel will meet with intelligence officials in Berlin in the wake of the attack on Saturday.
Police will give a further update at noon.
The French president has said the attack was “disgusting terrorism.”
The White House condemned “in the strongest terms” what it described as an “apparent terrorist attack”.
06:36 There is a strong police presence on the street of Munich.
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