A truck, center, which ran into a crowded Christmas market killing several people Monday evening is taken away by another truck in Berlin, Germany, Tuesday, early Dec. 20, 2016.(AP Photo/Markus Schreiber)
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Berlin police said on Tuesday that investigators assume the driver of a truck that ploughed into a crowd at a Berlin Christmas market, killing 12 people and injuring 48 others, did so intentionally in a suspected terrorist attack.The incident evoked memories of an attack in Nice, France in July when a Tunisian-born man drove a 19-tonne truck along the beach front, mowing down people who had gathered to watch the fireworks on Bastille Day, killing 86 people.Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere had previously said there were indications that the incident in Berlin was an attack.Police said that the man found dead in the truck was a Polish citizen but added he was not in control of the vehicle.
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