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Germany's Far Right Rises Again - POLITICO Magazine

MUNICH—Five days after Donald Trump became the next president of the United States, the South Munich chapter of Germany's far-right party, Alternative for Deutschland, held its first meeting since the U.S. election. In a traditional Bavarian tavern on ...and more »

Dashcam footage shows lorry ploughing into Berlin Christmas market - Irish Independent

Fingerprints from a Tunisian suspect have been found inside the truck that smashed through a Berlin Christmas market on Monday in an attack that killed 12 people, and investigators assume the migrant was at the wheel, officials said. A hunt is under ...and more »

Police investigate deadly Berlin truck crash as 'presumed terrorist attack' - The Guardian

Berlin police are investigating a “presumed terrorist attack” after at least 12 people were killed and about 50 injured when a truck ploughed into a Christmas market in the city on Monday evening. They are interrogating a suspect – thought to be the ...and more »

Berlin lorry attack: What we know - BBC News

A lorry smashed into a crowded Christmas market in central Berlin on 19 December, killing 12 people and injuring 49, leaving 18 in a critical condition. Identified attacker Anis Amri, a Tunisian, was shot dead by Italian police on 23 December in the ...and more »

Hunt for Berlin Suspect Ends in Gunfire on an Italian Plaza - New York Times

SESTO SAN GIOVANNI, Italy — It was a routine identity check, the kind Italy has relied on to stem the flow of illegal migration deeper into Europe. But the man stopped by two police officers around 3 a.m. Friday outside the northern city of Milan was ...and more »

Berlin Attack Sets Off Hunt for a Tunisian in Germany - New York Times

BERLIN — Searching the cab of the tractor-trailer that plowed through a Christmas market in Berlin, the authorities made two startling discoveries: a badly bruised body with stab and gunshot wounds, and the wallet of a Tunisian labeled a security ...and more »

For Europe's sake, Angela Merkel must hold the centre ground - The Guardian

The Berlin Christmas market attack could unleash forces of intolerance to threaten liberal ideals across the continent. Germany can lead by example. People light candles at a makeshift memorial tribute in Prizren in tribute to the victims of. People ...and more »

CCTV shows Berlin terror attack suspect 'visiting mosque' hours after lorry smashed into Christmas market -

The suspect in the Berlin terror attack was allegedly captured on camera outside a mosque just hours after a lorry ploughed into a busy Christmas market, killing 12 and injuring dozens. Images obtained by Germany's public broadcaster show a man in a ...and more »

Anis Amri, Berlin attack suspect, shot dead by police in Milan - The Guardian

Anis Amri, the Tunisian suspect believed to be behind Monday's terror attack on a Christmas market in Berlin, has been shot and killed by police in Milan, the Italian interior minister has confirmed. “The man killed was without a shadow of doubt Anis ...and more »

First sickening footage of moment Berlin terror attack lorry smashes into Christmas market killing 12 is revealed -

Terrifying dashcam video captured the moment a speeding lorry ploughed into a crowded Christmas market in Berlin, killing 12 and injuring dozens. The first footage of the terror attack claimed by ISIS shows the lorry racing through a junction in the ...and more »