Via the Copenhagen Post:
Three men have been charged in connection with the shooting death of a 24-year-old man outside a mosque in the Vesterbro district.
Police hoped to formally charge all three today, but said that one of the suspects, a 26-year-old man they say fired the fatal shots, remains in serious condition at a hospital in Malmö, Sweden, with bullet wounds.
Initially, police were investigating the incident as a possible gang-related shooting, but it has since been established that the incident is related to a conflict between rival factions of convenience store owners.
It was also announced yesterday that the victim, who had recently opened a convenience store, had been sentenced to five years in connection with the 2004 stabbing of an American exchange student in Copenhagen.