Anis Amri

German chancellor orders massive security review after Berlin attack

German Chancellor Angela Merkel ordered a comprehensive review of the country's security infrastructure on Friday. Her government and the Berlin police have faced hefty criticism after a terrorist killed 12 people and injured 49 at a Christmas market in the capital and

Berlin Christmas market attacker allegedly shot in Italy, media report

Italian security sources in Milan say Anis Amri, a Tunisian man suspected of having driven a truck into crowds at a Christmas market in Berlin on Monday, killing 12 people, has been shot dead in a shootout with police, Deutsche Welle

Search for Berlin attack suspect intensifies as anger in Germany grows

The suspect's fingerprints were found on the driver's side door of the Polish-registered truck, German media reported on Thursday, according to Deutsche Welle. The "Berliner Zeitung" newspaper also reported that traces of Amri's fingerprints were uncovered on the truck's steering wheel. If