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In our news wrap Friday, the FBI is warning that Islamic State supporters are urging attacks on holiday gatherings and churches in the U.S. Also, the suspect who plowed a truck into a Berlin Christmas market has been shot dead.
By PBS NewsHour
The man suspected of carrying out an attack on a Christmas market was well known to German authorities. Anis Amri was under surveillance for six months and slated for deportation, but his home country refused to accept him. Hari Sreenivasan…
The manhunt stemming from Monday’s Christmas market massacre in Berlin has spread across Europe, and there’s a new suspect. His name is Anis Amri, and he is a 24-year-old asylum seeker from Tunisia. Judy Woodruff speaks with special correspondent Malcolm…
It’s been a day of terror, with attackers striking in Germany and Turkey. In Berlin, a truck drove into a crowd of Christmas shoppers, leaving the street full of dead and wounded. Hours earlier, the Russian ambassador to Turkey was…
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