Berlin market attack suspect found to have fled to Italy via Lyon

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Tunisian national Anis Amri, 24, who was shot dead by Italian police in Milan on December 23rd, was caught on CCTV footage at a central rail station in the French city of Lyon after escaping from Germany where he was wanted on suspicion of killing 12 people in an attack on a Christmas market in Berlin.

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Anis Amri, the suspect behind the Berlin truck attack that killed 12 people at a Christmas market last week, appears to have travelled through France as he fled to Italy, French investigators have said, reports Deutsche Welle.