Berlin Christmas market attack: Anis Amri shot dead in Milan

Friday, 23 December, 2016 - 16:45

The German Prosecutor General's Office has confirmed that the Berlin attack chief suspect Anis Amri, who was killed in Milan. 

Before the Berlin Christmas market attack Anis Amri spent four years in the Italian prison on suspicion of having links with the Tunisian terrorist group. They carried out an even more massive terrorist attack in the resort area, during which 38 people were killed (mostly Europeans). Moreover, German police spied on him, also tapping of his telephone. But earlier this month the terrorist has changed his number, after this it has become impossible. 

The General's Office continues to hold investigations of the Berlin Christmas market attack and set terrorist accomplices.Meanwhile, Germany has decided to abandon the Christmas paraphernalia, as being not tolerant towards refugees, representatives of other religions.