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Germany police hunt Tunisian asylum-seeker over Christmas market attack

BERLIN/DUESSELDORF: German police are looking for an asylum-seeker from Tunisia after finding an identity document under the driver's seat of a truck that plowed into a Berlin Christmas market and killed 12 people, officials and security sources said on Wednesday. The federal prosecutor's office offered a reward of up to 100,000 euros ($104,000) for information leading to the capture of the suspect, whom it identified as 24-year-old Anis Amri. "Beware: He could be violent and armed!" the prosecutor's office said in a…

UN’s Ban condemns Berlin Christmas market attack

UNITED NATIONS: UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon Tuesday condemned the rampage by a truck driver on a Berlin Christmas market that killed 12 people, calling it a terrorist attack. Ban expressed his deepest sympathy and condolences to the families of the victims. "The secretary-general condemns the terrorist attack in Berlin last night," said a statement from his spokesman. He "hopes anyone involved in the commission of this appalling crime will be swiftly brought to justice," he added. Lorry ploughs into Christmas…