Attack in Berlin Germany Orders Manhunt for Tunisian Suspect

Germany has issued a manhunt order for a Tunisian man whose identity papers were found in the cab of the truck used in Monday's terrorist attack in Berlin. Deportation proceedings had been stalled because he lacked the necessary papers.
Germany is offering a 100,000-euro reward for information leading to the capture of suspect Anis Amri.

Germany is offering a 100,000-euro reward for information leading to the capture of suspect Anis Amri.

Foto: BKA
Photo Gallery: Germany Reacts to Terrorist Attack
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Photo Gallery: Germany Reacts to Terrorist Attack

Police at the Christmas market in Berlin where 12 people were killed.

Police at the Christmas market in Berlin where 12 people were killed.

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Wanted man: a handout on Anis Amri supplied by Germany's Federal Office of Criminal Investigation

Wanted man: a handout on Anis Amri supplied by Germany's Federal Office of Criminal Investigation

Foto: DPA/ BKA
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