Tuesday, June 25

Berlin truck attack suspect Anis Amri shot dead in Milan



The Tunisian had been on the run for days following the attack on a Christmas market.

The Berlin Christmas market truck attack suspect Anis Amri was shot dead in Milan on the morning of 23 December.

• Italian media reports that he was caught in a routine traffic stop at Piazza I Maggio in Sesto San Giovanni.

• Tunisian-born Amri, 24, was the main suspect for a terror attack on a Berlin Christmas market that killed 12 people and injured 48 on 19 December.

• Amri’s fingerprints were discovered on the door of the lorry that ploughed through crowds on the evening of 19 December.