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It was time to show off in Berlin as the city celebrated its fashion week.
A German-based satirist has unveiled an online a project which draws attention to what some may consider inappropriate at Berlin's holocaust memorial
Anis Amri is seen passing through Brussels train station two days after 12 people died in the attack on a Christmas market
The 26-year-old, believed to have been an associate of attacker Anis Amri, was taken into custody following an overnight raid on a refugee shelter in the Spandau district of Berlin.
With Germany still reeling from the deadly Berlin truck attack, Angela Merkel has used her annual New Year’s message to insist the country and its democratic values are ‘stronger than…
Poland's president attends funeral of lorry driver Lukasz Urban, killed in the Berlin Christmas market attack.
Naveed Baloch, the man initially suspected of perpetrating the Berlin terror attack has spoken out about his wrongful detention by German police, and
Italy’s Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni says Berlin market attacker Anis Amri was most likely radicalised after his arrival in Italy in 2011.
German police have released the second person they had arrested on suspicion of being linked to Anis Amri, the Berlin truck attacker.
Police across Europe are piecing together the movements of Anis Amri, the Tunisian man who killed 12 people in last week's Berlin truck attack.
The son of an Israeli woman who was killed in last week’s deadly lorry attack in Berlin has lit a giant menorah at the city’s Brandenburg Gate during a ceremony to remember…
Italian police have released a CCTV image they say is of Anis Amri, the suspected Berlin truck attacker, exiting Milan’s central train station.
More details are emerging about the journey taken by fugitive Tunisian Anis Amri, 24, the prime suspect in the Berlin truck attack which left 12 people dead.
Tunisia has arrested three suspected jihadists said to be linked to supposed Berlin truck attacker Anis Amri.
The body of Fabrizia di Lorenzo, the Italian victim of the Berlin Christmas market attack, has arrived in Rome.
Chancellor Angela Merkel says she has told Tunisia’s President Beji Caid Essebsi in a phone call that Germany wants to speed up the deportation of failed asylum seekers and increase the number of thos
The journey of Europe’s most wanted man, Anis Amri finally came to an end after police in Milan shot him dead in the early hours of Friday morning.
The self-styled Islamic State has acknowledged the death of Tunisian Anis Amri, shot dead in a police shootout overnight in Milan.
The fact the main suspect in the Berlin attack ended up in Milan while an international manhunt for him was underway is bound to fuel more criticism over Europe's open borders and police cooperation.
The chief suspect in the Berlin Christmas Market truck attack has been shot dead by police in a suburb of Milan in northern Italy.
Anis Amri, the chief suspect in Monday’s truck attack on a Berlin Christmas market, has been shot dead by police in Milan.
Newly released dashcam footage reveals the moment when a truck drove into crowds of christmas shoppers in Berlin on Monday.
It has emerged that Anis Amri, the suspect in the Berlin lorry attack, was arrested in Italy in 2011.
Two Italian survivors of the Berlin truck attack have recounted the horror they felt the moment a lorry mowed through crowds of people at the Breitscheidplatz Christmas market in the German…
There is a ‘high probability’ that the Tunisian suspect they are hunting in connection with the Berlin truck attack is the perpetrator, Germany’s Interior Minister has…