Terrorist cell that had contact with offender attack christmas market is rolled up

In Italy, several suspected terrorists arrested those contacts would have had with Anis Amri, the perpetrator of the attack on the christmas market in Berlin in 2016. The police made Thursday announced that five suspects have been arrested in the region of Rome and the city of Latina.

In the large-scale raids were also carried out house searches in Rome, Latina, Viterbo, Matera, Naples and Caserta.

It would go to a terrorist network that had contact with Amri. One of the arrested suspects would give him documents delivered to Germany to be able to travel.

In the evening of december 19, reed Anis Amri with a stolen truck in on the christmas market on Berlin’s Breitscheidplatz. Eleven people died in the attack. The terrorist had previously been the Polish driver of the truck killed. About 70 people were injured. Terrorist group HAS claimed the attack.

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