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Flags in Edinburgh are flying at half mast in solidarity with its twin town Munich after nine people were killed by a gunman in the German city.
Edinburgh's Lord Provost Donald Wilson said: "On behalf of the citizens of Edinburgh, I offer our sincere condolences to the people of Munich and across Germany following yesterday's attack.
"Edinburgh has enjoyed a close relationship with Munich since becoming our very first twin city in 1954, so yesterday's events are particularly moving.
"Our thoughts are with the families of all those who have died and are injured."
"The flags flying above the Edinburgh City Chambers have been lowered to half mast as a mark of respect and support for all those affected."
Around 2,000 Edinburgh pupils will return to classrooms on Wednesday following the closure of 17 schools amid serious safety concerns.
Edinburgh school closures - 2,000 pupils return to a classroom today; some 5,000 are still at home.
Pupils from Oxgangs and St Peter's schools will use alternative arrangements, but around 5,000 are still waiting at home.
Alternative measures have also been arranged for Craigroyston and Castleview primary schools.
Craigroyston pupils will be relocated to Craigroyston Community High School on a phased basis, while Castleview pupils will be relocated to Castlebrae High School from 19 April.
Andrew Kerr, chief executive of the City of Edinburgh Council, said: "I fully recognise the significant inconvenience to parents caused by these closures, and I want to thank them for their patience as we continue to work through this issue."
The council closed 17 schools on 8 April due to "a significant and new construction issue". The closures affect around 9,000 students.
The schools were initially closed by the City of Edinburgh Council on Friday as a precautionary measure.Read the full story ›
The council said the move is 'a precautionary measure' but it cannot say when the 17 schools affected will be allowed to reopen.Read the full story ›
Kate, who was carrying out her first solo set of official engagements north of the border, was also given a tennis lesson by Judy Murray.Read the full story ›
A woman who donated her wedding dress to be turned into tiny burial outfits for stillborn babies said she is "overwhelmed" by the response.Read the full story ›