Sunday, December 25, 2016

Tunisia arrests Anis Amri's nephew and two others linked to Berlin Christmas market attack suspect  da  de  fr  it  nl  pl  pt  ro  sv  hu

I talian and German anti-terrorist police met in Milan on Saturday to determine how Berlin terror suspect Anis Amri travelled 1000 miles and crossed the borders of at least three countries before he was shot dead, amid fears of revenge attacks from Islamist sympathisers in Italy.

telegraph 5:26:00 AM CET

This cluster belong to the following story: Berlin killer slipped in and out of THREE Schengen countries before caught in Italy

Keywords: Germany, Italy, Tunisia / Anis Amri, Islamic State / market, berlin, attack, truck, authorities, tunisian

Start date: Saturday, December 24, 2016

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