Breaking: Tunisian suspect in Berlin market deaths shot dead in Milan

ANIS AMRI, the Tunisian suspected of killing 12 people and injuring dozens more by driving a lorry into a Christmas market in Berlin, has been shot dead in the Italian city of Milan.
Amri had previously served a jail term in Italy for arson offences.
Prosecutors said he was approached by a police patrol in the Sesto San Giovanni area of the city in the early hours of this morning (Friday).
The sequence of events has not yet been revealed but Amri was shot dead.
German police have revealed his fingerprints were found in the cab of the lorry he used to drive into Christmas market shoppers on Monday.
Police believe Amri was also responsible for the murder of the lorry’s Polish driver whose body was found with knife wounds. He had also been shot.

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