This file photo taken on December 20, 2016 shows authorities inspecting a truck that had sped into a Christmas market in Berlin, on December 19, 2016. / AFP / Odd ANDERSEN
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Suspected Berlin truck attacker Anis Amri considered heading to Rome before finally plumping for Milan where police shot him dead, Italian media reported Friday."In the end, he chose a regional train for Lombardy because at that late hour, there was no train going to the capital," said the paper, adding that this showed he had "no precise travel plan".Several papers also reported that when he arrived in Milan in the early hours of December 23, Amri asked a passer-by where he could catch a train or bus for "Rome, Naples or the south".
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