Berlin massacre suspect arrived in Milan via French town


Fugitive Anis Amri, the Tunisian wanted as the main suspect in the Berlin Christmas market attack on Monday which left 12 people dead, was shot and killed by police in Milan early on Friday after entering Italy via the French town of Chambéry, in the south-east Savoie region, according to Italian officials.

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When hero cop Luca Scata shot Europe's most wanted man, Anis Amri, it brought to an end the Berlin attacker's four-day flight which saw him travel three different cities in three different countries, reports The Sydney Morning Herald.