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>> A second arrest in the Berlin Christmas Market manhunt. German police taking a 26-year-old Tunisian man into custody, after storming a refugee center and a flat in the city on Tuesday night. The investigation looking into whether he played a role in the truck attack that killed 12 people just before Christmas.
An accomplice to the suspected killer Anis Amri, also from Tunisia. The two had dinner together the night before the attack. But so far, police say the latest suspect has only been detained on a separate case of social benefit fraud. Also found during the raids, communication devices and evidence of a potential third suspect.
In Italy, evidence mounting against Anis Amri. Tests in Rome showing the gun he used against Milan police is the same device used in Berlin to kill the Polish truck driver, before smuggling it across the border.