>> As investigations press on into Berlin's deadly truck attack, security forces in Tunisia have arrested the nephew of the prime suspect, Anis Amri, along with two other expected jihadists. Officials say that three men, aged between eighteen and twenty-seven, were detained Friday, accused of belonging to a terrorist cell.
Anis Amri was shot dead by Italian police in the early hours of Friday after pulling out a gun during a routine search. Authorities believe he was behind the wheel of the truck which barreled through a busy Berlin market, killing 12 people. Tunisian officials say Amri had been in touch with his nephew over a social media app, sending him money and asking him to swear allegiance to Islamic State.
> In a video posted online after his death, Amri urges Muslims to quote, kill the crusader pigs. Italian police now investigating what he was doing near Milan, while in Spain, authorities are looking into a possible connection there.