One year ago, a rejected asylum seeker drove a truck into a Berlin Christmas market, killing 12 people. Tonight, the country and the world cast their eyes again on the scene of that attack, where a series of memorial events has been unfolding.
Nearly €4 million have been distributed to the families of victims and those injured in Berlin's Breitscheidplatz terrorist attack. The German government delivered on its pledge to substantially increase payments.
A friend of Anis Amri who was deported to his native Tunisia following the 2016 Berlin Christmas market attack may have been in Nice around the time of the Bastille Day truck attack, German media have reported.
Christmas markets are a highlight of the holidays for Germans, but attempts to keep them safe could disrupt the magic. The site of Berlin's devastating 2016 truck attack has now become a testing area for heavy security.
Germany deported a key suspect in the 2016 Berlin Christmas market attack before he was questioned, according to leaked documents. But authorities denied reports that Bilel Ben Ammar worked for Moroccan intelligence.
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