Feedback

A truck was deliberately driven into a Christmas market in Berlin, Germany, on Dec. 19, 2016.

Related

Tobias Schwarz / AFP - Getty Images
Tunisian Suspect Arrested in Possible Link to Berlin Christmas Market Truck Attack Tunisian Suspect Arrested in Possible Link to Berlin Christmas Market Truck Attack Tunisian Suspect Arrested in Possible Link to Berlin Christmas Market Truck Attack Tunisian Suspect Arrested in Possible Link to Berlin Christmas Market Truck Attack

Tunisian Suspect Arrested in Possible Truck Attack Link

Germany's Right-Wing AfD Party Blames Merkel's Immigration Policy for Berlin Attack Germany's Right-Wing AfD Party Blames Merkel's Immigration Policy for Berlin Attack Germany's Right-Wing AfD Party Blames Merkel's Immigration Policy for Berlin Attack

Who Germany's Far-Right Is Blaming for the Berlin Attack

Daniele Bennati / AFP - Getty Images
Berlin Truck Attack: Nephew of Suspect Anis Amri, 2 Others Arrested Berlin Truck Attack: Nephew of Suspect Anis Amri, 2 Others Arrested Berlin Truck Attack: Nephew of Suspect Anis Amri, 2 Others Arrested

Nephew of Berlin Truck Attack Suspect, 2 Others Arrested

Berlin Truck Attack Suspect Anis Amri's Death Sparks Anger, Fear in Italy

Berlin Truck Attack Suspect Anis Amri Shot Dead in Milan: Officials

Berlin Truck Suspect Anis Amri's Journey From Troubled Teen to Alleged Terrorist

Berlin Christmas Market Reopens After Terrorist Truck Attack

Suspect in Berlin Truck Attack Was Deemed 'Potential Risk,' Ordered Deported

Berlin Truck Attack: Police ID Tunisian Man Hunted as Suspect in Deadly Rampage

Berlin Truck Attack: Pastor Vows Terrorists Won't 'Destroy Christmas'

Berlin Truck Attack: Christmas Market Suspect Released Due to Insufficient Evidence

Truck Attacks: Low-Tech, Soft Target Terrorism Is Growing Threat

Increased Security in New York After Berlin Attack

Truck Plows Into Christmas Market in Berlin, Killing 12, Injuring 48