Italian Police Kill Berlin Market Attack Suspect Anis Amri In Milan

Police in Milan have shot and killed Anis Amri, the Tunisian man believed to have carried out the deadly truck attack on a Christmas market in Berlin on Monday, Italian Interior Minister Marco Minniti said Friday morning. “The person who was killed, there is no doubt that he is Anis Amri,” Minniti said, confirming news first reported by the Italian magazine Panorama. “He was the most wanted man in Europe and we immediately identified him and neutralized him. This means our security is working really well.” Amri, whose fingerprints and identity papers were found in the cab of the 18-wheeler, was killed in a gunfight after a routine stop by police; one officer was wounded. Police reportedly confirmed Amri’s identity through fingerprints.