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Four Israeli Soldiers cadet were killed in Jersualem on Sunday when a Palestinian attacker drives a truck and rammed into them. Three women and a man in their early twenties were reported to have died in the attack, but police is yet to identify the victims.

The attack took place as a large group of soldiers visited a scenic outlook overlooking modern Jerusalem and the Old City.


The attack took place just few blocks away from the US Consulate, though the new Trump administration has said it would move the embassy to Jerusalem.

Israeli PM, Benjamin Netayanhu in a statement after the attack wrote;

According to all the signs [the attacker] was a supporter of the Islamic State. We in Jerusalem have just experience an unprovoked terrorist attack, a murderous attack that claimed the lives of four young Israelis and wounded others.

This is part of the same pattern inspired by Islamic State, by Isis, that we saw first in France, then in Germany and now in Jerusalem.

Palestinian media reported that the attacker was a 20 year old married man, Fadi al-Qanbar, who has also served time in an Israeli Prison.

He was shot dead by other soldiers and tour guide as he reversed towards the dead and injured. 


World most wanted man, Anis Amir, suspected of killing 12 people in the Berlin Christmas market attack has been killed in Milan. Amir was killed in a shootout involving the Italian security forces.

According to the Italian interior minister, Marco Minniti, in a news conference, said that the Berlin Christmas market attacker has been shot dead. At 3am in Milan, during one of the patrol routine, one of the officers on patrol sees a man that looks like the suspect and stopped him to ask for his ID.


The man realising he has been caught pulled out his gun and shot at the police, prompting other officers to jump into action. The officers shot is currently recovering, but the suspect was shot and killed.

The interior minister confirmed and said;

  The person who was killed, there is no doubt that he is Anis Amri.

 Marco Minniti also praised the officer that was shot, Christian Movio, and other officers on patrol. He thanks that officer on behalf of Italy and the entire ministry.

He was the most wanted man in Europe and we immediately identified him and neutralised him. This means our security is working really well.

We have let the German federal prosecutor’s office know. We have told their police force and authorities.


These people in our police force are exceptional.



Other European countries and the world are on a lookout for a Tunisian asylum, Anis Amir, 23, for the attack at Berlin Christmas market attack. The suspect was identified after the police found an identity document in the truck that was used in the attack.


He has been declared "dangerous" and also a member of the Daesh terrorist organisation.

Amir came to Germany this year seeking asylum, but his application remained pending. 

The German authorities have offered 100,000 euros for information. In a statement released by the Federal Prosecutor's Office; 

Anis Amri is 178cm tall and weighs about 75kg, has black hair and brown eyes.  Beware: He could be violent and armed!

The young man was reported to have been arrested in August along with five members of the ISIS recruiting network in the states of North Rhine-Westphalia and Lower Saxony. Their network provided logistical support for local volunteers making their way from Germany to Syria.


Nine people have been reported dead and 50 injured after a truck plows into the Christmas market in Berlin, Germany. According to the Berlin twitter account, it tweeted; "A truck just ran over a sidewalk at #Breitscheidplatz Our colleague report multiple injuries. more to follow"

The tragic accident happened  in Breitscheidplatz in western Berlin.


                   Truck that hit a #Berlin christmas market belongs to polish haulage company

Julian Reichelt, editor-in-chief at Bild, a German tabloid newspaper believes that the accident is a copycat of the attack in Nice that killed 80 people and injured 400 other people in the Bastille day attack.

The police have asked that people should stay out of Breitscheidplatz as they need all exit routes.

Though the reason for the attack is yet to be known as police is unsure if it is an accident or terrorist attack, but the driver of the attack has been taken into custody while the second occupant of the truck was found dead.

 Ariel Żurawski, owner of the transportation company to whom the truck belongs, told TVN24 that he had lost contact with the driver around noon. "According to him, they did something to the driver, hijacked the truck and they did what they did. This wasn't my driver. I vouch for him, he was my cousin" - he added. 


Police have shot dead a gunman that stormed into a cinema complex in the small western German town of Viernheim, near Frankfurt, injuring 20-50 people. A German Television showed heavily armed police stormed the Kinopolis complex in Viernheim, and a couple was seen fleeing the building.


The man described as "Disturbed" was shot dead when the armed police stormed into the complex.