Each year two million visitors from around the world ascend on Nuremberg's Christmas market, which dates back to the 1600s.
After a poor beginning, the German government has begun offering meaningful help to those affected by the Berlin Christmas market attack. But has the country really learned how to deal with any future such events?
After a spat with Italian officials over the terrorist's body, Amri's family members held a funeral in his hometown in Tunisia, they told DW. His remains had been held in Italy for months before being transferred.
The Berlin parliament has launched an inquiry to find out why Anis Amri was not caught before carrying out a murderous rampage. The Christmas market attacker was known to authorities, and had been followed before.
The number of jobless Germans rose slightly in July, but remains at a historical low for the month thanks to robust economic growth in the country boosted by the recovery in the eurozone.
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