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Berlin terrorist's nephew arrested in Tunisia
17:19, 24 December 2016
Berlin terrorist's nephew arrested in Tunisia

According to special services, arrested belonged to ISIS

17:19, 24 December 2016

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Tunisian security service arrested the nephew of the terrorist Anis Amri, who attacked a Christmas fair in Berlin, and two other suspects. This is with reference to the Tunisian authorities reported the BBC.

The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Tunisia said that the age of the detainees - is from 18 to 27, they all belonged to a terrorist group and were arrested on Friday.

Let us remind, the main suspect of committing terrorist act, a native of Tunisia, 24-year-old Anis Amri, was shot in Milan.

According to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Tunisia, Amri nephew admitted that he talked with his uncle via the Telegram messenger. The communication ministry also said that the nephew supported "Islamic state."

On Friday, the ISIS has published a video of Amri swearing allegiance to the leader of the group Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

We remind Amri was a driver of a truck, crashed into the crowd at the Christmas market on 19 December in Berlin. The truck hit a crowd of people on the square near the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, and passed through the territory of the fair about 50-80 meters. 12 people were killed, 48 - injured. Among the dead there is one Ukrainian.

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