Zonka found this B.Z. News article at Jihad Watch Deutschland, and volunteered to translate it.
The significant word in the story is Südländer, translated here as “southerners”. The term originally meant “Mediterranean types” in German, but it has come to signify “Turks”, “Kurds”, or “Albanians”, depending on the neighborhood where it is used. Given the Berlin context, it most likely means “Turks” in this article:
A gunshot wound because she said “No”- - - - - - - - -
A woman didn’t want to enter the car with strange men, and then the passenger pulled out a gun and fired.
Crime scene Hardenbergplatz, Charlottenburg: On Saturday night at 3:40am, Daniela R. (20, name changed) and two lady friends from Wilmersdorf wanted to go home. It had been a long evening. Quickly eating a kebab and then heading for the bus.
Suddenly a silver metallic BMW was in front of her. “There were three southerners between 23 and 25 inside,” said the petite blonde. The passenger asked: “Can I take you?” Daniela declined. “You will regret that.” Then the girls looked into a gun barrel.
Frightened, they jumped back. Daniela couldn’t get away in time. The first shot hit her in the right leg. “It was a dull pain,” said the retail clerk. Fortunately it was only a grazing shot. The second shot hit the glass behind her. The box containing the city map fell on her back. Daniela R. collapsed to the ground and landed in the glass splinters.
The BMW drove away with squealing tires. Her friends and other bus passengers ran to her help. Daniela R.’s whole body was shaking and her hands and legs were covered with blood. After almost an hour in the ambulance the three ladies could go home.