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Dashcam video of Berlin Christmas market attack surfaced online

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A horrific terrorist attack on Berlin Christmas market on Monday left a dozen people dead and 49 injured. Today, the first video released shows the moments as the lorry truck began rushing toward the crowd.

Moments after the truck is seen rushing through the area, a crowd of people are seen running away from the scene in a desperate bid to save their lives.

On Thursday, German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere told journalists that fingerprints belonging to Tunisian suspect, 24-year-old Anis Amri, were found inside the cab of the truck. Amri is designated as a suspect after his residency permit was found inside the vehicle used in the horrific attack.

“We can report today that we have new information that the suspect is with high probability really the perpetrator,” Maiziere stated. “In the cab, in the driving cabin, fingerprints were found and there is additional evidence that supports this.”

The situation reminds to the manhunt after Paris attacks when Salah Abdeslam was identified as a suspect. He fled the scene and successfully evaded pursuit until he was arrested a few months later in Brussels.  A nationwide manhunt is underway for Amri, and a reward of €100,000 ($104,300) has been offered for tips leading to his arrest

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Barcelona attacker shot by Spanish police in video

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This is the extraordinary moment a ‘drugged-up’ terrorist in a fake suicide vest was gunned down – and then got up again – during the second terror attack on a Spanish beach resort 70 miles from Barcelona overnight.

The jihadi was hit with several bullets but clambered to his feet shouting taunts, climbed some crash barriers and then walked towards armed officers who had to shoot him again.

He was part of a group of five terrorist who giggled and grinned at police after their Audi A3 car overturned having ploughed through crowds on the seafront in Cambrils on the Costa Dorada at 1am today, killing one woman and injuring six more including a policeman.

Eight hours earlier a ‘linked’ ISIS van assault on the packed Los Ramblas boulevard in Barcelona killed 13 including a three-year-old girl and injured at least 100 victims from 34 different countries.

The Cambrils terrorists bailed out of their crashed Audi clutching knives used to stab a woman in the face and were seen smiling at police who shot them dead in the street at around 1am.

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Police shoot five terrorists attempting second deadly attack in Catalonia, Spain

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Catalan police conducted a raid early on Friday, linked to an attempted van ramming attack in the coastal town of Cambrils, about 60 miles from Barcelona. Four suspects were killed during the raid, while the fifth, who was injured and arrested, died in custody.

Catalan police say that one terrorist may still be at large, and that the attackers may have been wearing suicide belts. Catalan civil protection authorities have said that six civilians and one police officer were wounded during the operation.

Catalan police have tweeted that they believe the Cambrils attack was a terrorist incident, and that the perpetrators have been killed.

Spanish outlet Cadena Ser has reported that the Cambrils attackers also attempted a van ramming attack in the town square, but the van overturned and the occupants were shot by police.

The incident comes just hours after Thursday’s van ramming attack in Barcelona’s city square that left 13 dead.

Police are examining possible links of terror suspects killed in Cambrils to Barcelona van attack, which Daesh has claimed responsibility for. The similar modus operandi of the attacks would suggest that there is some connection.

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