Berlin Christmas market lorry crash [Photos]

(L-R) Berlin's mayor Michael Mueller, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere and German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier lay down flowers at a makeshift memorial for the victims of an attack on December 20, 2016 in front of the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedaechtniskirche (Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church) in Berlin, where a truck crashed into a Christmas market. / AFP PHOTO / Tobias SCHWARZTOBIAS SCHWARZ/AFP/Getty Images (L-R) Berlin’s mayor Michael Mueller, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere and German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier lay down flowers at a makeshift memorial for the victims of an attack on December 20, 2016 in front of the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedaechtniskirche (Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church) in Berlin, where a truck crashed into a Christmas market. / AFP PHOTO / Tobias SCHWARZTOBIAS SCHWARZ/AFP/Getty ImagesGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel (foreground), German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere (L) and German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier (2nd L) stand at a makeshift memorial for the victims of an attack on December 20, 2016 in front of the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedaechtniskirche (Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church) in Berlin, where a truck crashed into a Christmas market. Twelve people were killed and almost 50 wounded, 18 seriously, when the lorry tore through the crowd on December 19, 2016, smashing wooden stalls and crushing victims, in scenes reminiscent of July’s deadly attack in the French Riviera city of Nice. / AFP PHOTO / Tobias SCHWARZTOBIAS SCHWARZ/AFP/Getty ImagesPolicemen patrol over a Christmas market in Salzburg on December 20, 2016, as security measures are taken after a deadly rampage by a lorry driver at a Berlin Christmas market. / AFP PHOTO / APA / BARBARA GINDL / Austria OUTBARBARA GINDL/AFP/Getty Images(L-R) Berlin’s mayor Michael Mueller, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere and German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier lay down flowers at a makeshift memorial for the victims of an attack on December 20, 2016 in front of the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedaechtniskirche (Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church) in Berlin, where a truck crashed into a Christmas market. Twelve people were killed and almost 50 wounded, 18 seriously, when the lorry tore through the crowd on December 19, 2016, smashing wooden stalls and crushing victims, in scenes reminiscent of July’s deadly attack in the French Riviera city of Nice. / AFP PHOTO / Tobias SCHWARZTOBIAS SCHWARZ/AFP/Getty ImagesGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel (L), German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere (2nd L) and German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier (3rd R) arrive to lay down flowers at a makeshift memorial for the victims of an attack on December 20, 2016 in front of the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedaechtniskirche (Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church) in Berlin, where a truck crashed into a Christmas market.

Twelve people were killed and almost 50 wounded, 18 seriously, when the lorry tore through the crowd on December 19, 2016, smashing wooden stalls and crushing victims, in scenes reminiscent of July’s deadly attack in the French Riviera city of Nice. / AFP PHOTO / Tobias SCHWARZTOBIAS SCHWARZ/AFP/Getty ImagesA card reading in German ‘In memory of the victims’ is seen on December 20, 2016 at the site where a truck crashed into a Christmas market near the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedaechtniskirche (Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church) in Berlin. German police said they were treating as “a probable terrorist attack” the killing of 12 people when the speeding lorry cut a bloody swath through the packed Berlin Christmas market. / AFP PHOTO / John MACDOUGALLJOHN MACDOUGALL/AFP/Getty ImagesA truck is towed away from the Christmas market at Breitscheidplatz square in Berlin, Germany, Tuesday Dec.

20, 2016. The truck ran into a crowded Christmas market in Berlin the evening before and killed several people. ( Bernd von Jutrczenka/dpa via AP)German Chancellor Angela Merkel arrives to sign the book of condolences on December 20, 2016 inside the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedaechtniskirche (Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church), the day after an attack at the nearby Christmas market in central Berlin.

German police said they were treating as “a probable terrorist attack” the killing of 12 people when the speeding lorry cut a bloody swath through the packed Berlin Christmas market. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / HANNIBAL HANSCHKEHANNIBAL HANSCHKE/AFP/Getty ImagesBERLIN, GERMANY – DECEMBER 20: German Chancellor Angela Merkel signs a book of condolences at the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church the day after a truck drove into an adjacent, crowded Christmas market on December 20, 2016 in Berlin, Germany. So far 12 people are confirmed dead and 45 injured. Authorities have confirmed they believe the incident was an attack and have arrested a Pakistani man who they believe was the driver of the truck and who had fled immediately after the attack.

Among the dead are a Polish man who was found on the passenger seat of the truck. Police are investigating the possibility that the truck, which belongs to a Polish trucking company, was stolen yesterday morning. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)A Muslim mam prays at a makeshift memorial for the attack victims, on December 20, 2016 in front of the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedaechtniskirche (Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church) in Berlin, where a truck crashed into a Christmas market. Twelve people were killed and almost 50 wounded, 18 seriously, when the lorry tore through the crowd on December 19, 2016, smashing wooden stalls and crushing victims, in scenes reminiscent of July’s deadly attack in the French Riviera city of Nice. / AFP PHOTO / John MACDOUGALLJOHN MACDOUGALL/AFP/Getty Images(L-R) Berlin’s mayor Michael Mueller, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere and German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier lay down flowers at a makeshift memorial for the victims of an attack on December 20, 2016 in front of the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedaechtniskirche (Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church) in Berlin, where a truck crashed into a Christmas market.

Twelve people were killed and almost 50 wounded, 18 seriously, when the lorry tore through the crowd on December 19, 2016, smashing wooden stalls and crushing victims, in scenes reminiscent of July’s deadly attack in the French Riviera city of Nice. / AFP PHOTO / Tobias SCHWARZTOBIAS SCHWARZ/AFP/Getty ImagesA Muslim mam prays at a makeshift memorial for the attack victims, on December 20, 2016 in front of the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedaechtniskirche (Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church) in Berlin, where a truck crashed into a Christmas market. Twelve people were killed and almost 50 wounded, 18 seriously, when the lorry tore through the crowd on December 19, 2016, smashing wooden stalls and crushing victims, in scenes reminiscent of July’s deadly attack in the French Riviera city of Nice. / AFP PHOTO / John MACDOUGALLJOHN MACDOUGALL/AFP/Getty ImagesTOPSHOT – German Chancellor Angela Merkel (foreground), German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere (L) and German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier (2nd L) stand at a makeshift memorial for the victims of an attack on December 20, 2016 in front of the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedaechtniskirche (Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church) in Berlin, where a truck crashed into a Christmas market. Twelve people were killed and almost 50 wounded, 18 seriously, when the lorry tore through the crowd on December 19, 2016, smashing wooden stalls and crushing victims, in scenes reminiscent of July’s deadly attack in the French Riviera city of Nice. / AFP PHOTO / Tobias SCHWARZTOBIAS SCHWARZ/AFP/Getty ImagesCandles and flowers are seen at a makeshift memorial for the attack victims, on December 20, 2016 in front of the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedaechtniskirche (Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church) in Berlin, where a truck crashed into a Christmas market.

Twelve people were killed and almost 50 wounded, 18 seriously, when the lorry tore through the crowd on December 19, 2016, smashing wooden stalls and crushing victims, in scenes reminiscent of July’s deadly attack in the French Riviera city of Nice. / AFP PHOTO / John MACDOUGALLJOHN MACDOUGALL/AFP/Getty ImagesTOPSHOT – Policemen patrol over the “Wiener Christkindlmarkt” Christmas market in Vienna on December 20, 2016, as security measures are taken after a deadly rampage by a lorry driver at a Berlin Christmas market. Twelve people were killed in the assault at the Berlin shopping district popular with tourists, and 48 people injured, including 18 who are severely wounded. / AFP PHOTO / APA / HERBERT PFARRHOFER / Austria OUTHERBERT PFARRHOFER/AFP/Getty ImagesTOPSHOT – German Chancellor Angela Merkel reacts before signing the book of condolences on December 20, 2016 inside the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedaechtniskirche (Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church), the day after an attack at the nearby Christmas market in central Berlin. German police said they were treating as “a probable terrorist attack” the killing of 12 people when the speeding lorry cut a bloody swath through the packed Berlin Christmas market. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / HANNIBAL HANSCHKEHANNIBAL HANSCHKE/AFP/Getty ImagesBERLIN, GERMANY – DECEMBER 20: German Chancellor Angela Merkel signs a book of condolences at the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church the day after a truck drove into an adjacent, crowded Christmas market on December 20, 2016 in Berlin, Germany.

So far 12 people are confirmed dead and 45 injured. Authorities have confirmed they believe the incident was an attack and have arrested a Pakistani man who they believe was the driver of the truck and who had fled immediately after the attack. Among the dead are a Polish man who was found on the passenger seat of the truck.

Police are investigating the possibility that the truck, which belongs to a Polish trucking company, was stolen yesterday morning. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)A girl looks at candles at a makeshift memorial for the attack victims, on December 20, 2016 in front of the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedaechtniskirche (Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church) in Berlin, where a truck crashed into a Christmas market. Twelve people were killed and almost 50 wounded, 18 seriously, when the lorry tore through the crowd on December 19, 2016, smashing wooden stalls and crushing victims, in scenes reminiscent of July’s deadly attack in the French Riviera city of Nice. / AFP PHOTO / John MACDOUGALLJOHN MACDOUGALL/AFP/Getty ImagesGerman Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere signs the book of condolences on December 20, 2016 inside the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedaechtniskirche (Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church), the day after an attack at the nearby Christmas market in central Berlin. German police said they were treating as “a probable terrorist attack” the killing of 12 people when the speeding lorry cut a bloody swath through the packed Berlin Christmas market. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / HANNIBAL HANSCHKEHANNIBAL HANSCHKE/AFP/Getty ImagesA Muslim mam prays at a makeshift memorial for the attack victims, on December 20, 2016 in front of the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedaechtniskirche (Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church) in Berlin, where a truck crashed into a Christmas market.

Twelve people were killed and almost 50 wounded, 18 seriously, when the lorry tore through the crowd on December 19, 2016, smashing wooden stalls and crushing victims, in scenes reminiscent of July’s deadly attack in the French Riviera city of Nice. / AFP PHOTO / John MACDOUGALLJOHN MACDOUGALL/AFP/Getty ImagesBERLIN, GERMANY – DECEMBER 20: German Chancellor Angela Merkel (2nd from R) looks on as Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier signs a book of condolences at the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church the day after a truck drove into an adjacent, crowded Christmas market on December 20, 2016 in Berlin, Germany. So far 12 people are confirmed dead and 45 injured. Authorities have confirmed they believe the incident was an attack and have arrested a Pakistani man who they believe was the driver of the truck and who had fled immediately after the attack.

Among the dead are a Polish man who was found on the passenger seat of the truck. Police are investigating the possibility that the truck, which belongs to a Polish trucking company, was stolen yesterday morning. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)BERLIN, GERMANY – DECEMBER 20: (L-R) Mayor of Berlin, Michael Muller, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere and Forign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier lay flowers near where yesterday a lorry ploughed through a Christmas market on December 20, 2016 in Berlin, Germany. So far 12 people are confirmed dead and 45 injured.

Authorities have confirmed they believe the incident was an attack and have arrested a Pakistani man who they believe was the driver of the truck and who had fled immediately after the attack. Among the dead are a Polish man who was found on the passenger seat of the truck. Police are investigating the possibility that the truck, which belongs to a Polish trucking company, was stolen yesterday morning.(Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)German Chancellor Angela Merkel (C), German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier (L) and Berlin’s mayor Michael Mueller (C) walk through the Christmas market of the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedaechtniskirche (Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church), the day after an attack at the nearby Christmas market in central Berlin, on December 20, 2016.

German police said they were treating as “a probable terrorist attack” the killing of 12 people when the speeding lorry cut a bloody swath through the packed Berlin Christmas market. / AFP PHOTO / Tobias SCHWARZTOBIAS SCHWARZ/AFP/Getty ImagesBERLIN, GERMANY – DECEMBER 20: German Chancellor Angela Merkel (R) and Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier depart after laying flowers near where yesterday a lorry ploughed through a Christmas market on December 20, 2016 in Berlin, Germany. So far 12 people are confirmed dead and 45 injured. Authorities have confirmed they believe the incident was an attack and have arrested a Pakistani man who they believe was the driver of the truck and who had fled immediately after the attack.

Among the dead are a Polish man who was found on the passenger seat of the truck. Police are investigating the possibility that the truck, which belongs to a Polish trucking company, was stolen yesterday morning. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)German Chancellor Angela Merkel (C), German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier (L) and Berlin’s mayor Michael Mueller (C) walk through the Christmas market of the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedaechtniskirche (Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church), the day after an attack at the nearby Christmas market in central Berlin, on December 20, 2016. German police said they were treating as “a probable terrorist attack” the killing of 12 people when the speeding lorry cut a bloody swath through the packed Berlin Christmas market. / AFP PHOTO / Tobias SCHWARZTOBIAS SCHWARZ/AFP/Getty ImagesBERLIN, GERMANY – DECEMBER 20: (L-R) Mayor of Berlin, Michael Muller, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere and Forign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier lay flowers near where yesterday a lorry ploughed through a Christmas market on December 20, 2016 in Berlin, Germany.

So far 12 people are confirmed dead and 45 injured. Authorities have confirmed they believe the incident was an attack and have arrested a Pakistani man who they believe was the driver of the truck and who had fled immediately after the attack. Among the dead are a Polish man who was found on the passenger seat of the truck.

Police are investigating the possibility that the truck, which belongs to a Polish trucking company, was stolen yesterday morning.(Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)BERLIN, GERMANY – DECEMBER 20: German Chancellor Angela Merkel (R) and Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier depart after laying flowers near where yesterday a lorry ploughed through a Christmas market on December 20, 2016 in Berlin, Germany. So far 12 people are confirmed dead and 45 injured. Authorities have confirmed they believe the incident was an attack and have arrested a Pakistani man who they believe was the driver of the truck and who had fled immediately after the attack.

Among the dead are a Polish man who was found on the passenger seat of the truck. Police are investigating the possibility that the truck, which belongs to a Polish trucking company, was stolen yesterday morning. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)Rescue workers gather with stretchers outside a tent in the area after a lorry truck ploughed through a Christmas market on December 19, 2016 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)Medics and firefighters work at the scene where a truck crashed into a christmas market at Ged?chniskirche church in Berlin, on December 19, 2016 killing at least nine people and injuring at least 50 people. AFP/Getty ImagesView of the truck that crashed into a christmas market at Ged?chniskirche church in Berlin, on December 19, 2016 killing at least nine people and injuring at least 50 people.

AFP/Getty ImagesRescue forces work at the truck that crashed into a Christmas market in Berlin, on December 19, 2016 killing nine persons and injuring at least 50 people. AFP/Getty ImagesA firefighter walks past a star after a truck ran into crowded Christmas market in Berlin, Germany, Monday, Dec.

19, 2016, killing several people. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)Police and firefighters are standing around the site next to the Ged?chniskirche church (background) where a truck crashed into a christmas market in Berlin, on December 19, 2016 killing at least nine people and injuring at least 50 people. / AFP PHOTO / John MACDOUGALLJOHN MACDOUGALL/AFP/Getty ImagesFirefighters attend an injured person after a truck ran into crowded Christmas market in Berlin, Germany, Monday, Dec.

19, 2016. Police said that several people have been killed. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)A policeman walks at the site where a truck speeded into a christmas market in Berlin, on December 19, 2016 killing nine persons and injuring at least 50 people.

Ambulances and police rushed to the scene after the driver drove up the pavement of the market in a central square popular with tourists less than a week before Christmas, in a scene reminiscent of the deadly truck attack in Nice. / AFP PHOTO / Odd ANDERSENODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty ImagesIn this screen grab taken from video, emergency services attend the scene, after an attack by a truck at a Christmas market, in Berlin, Monday, Dec.

19, 2016. German media are reporting a truck has run into a crowded Christmas market in the center of Berlin, causing multiple injuries. Both the Berliner Zeitung newspaper and the Berliner Morgenpost reported the truck ran into the market outside the landmark Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church on Monday evening. (AP)Berlin’s mayor Michael Mueller (4R) walks at the site where a truck speeded into a christmas market in Berlin, on December 19, 2016 killing nine persons and injuring at least 50 people. / AFP PHOTO / Odd ANDERSENODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty ImagesPolice and ambulances are standing around the site next to the Ged?chniskirche church (background) where a truck crashed into a christmas market in Berlin, on December 19, 2016 killing at least nine people and injuring at least 50 people. / AFP PHOTO / Odd ANDERSENODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty ImagesPolice blocks a road leading to the site next to the Ged?chniskirche church (background) where a truck crashed into a christmas market in Berlin, on December 19, 2016 killing at least nine people and injuring at least 50 people. / AFP PHOTO / Odd ANDERSENODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty ImagesA police man stands at the site where a truck speeded into a christmas market in Berlin, on December 19, 2016 killing nine persons and injuring at least 50 people. / AFP PHOTO / John MACDOUGALLJOHN MACDOUGALL/AFP/Getty ImagesRescue forces work at the site where a truck speeded into a christmas market in Berlin, on December 19, 2016 killing nine persons and injuring at least 50 people. / AFP PHOTO / Odd ANDERSENODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty ImagesRescue forces work at the site where a truck speeded into a christmas market in Berlin, on December 19, 2016 killing nine persons and injuring at least 50 people. / AFP PHOTO / Odd ANDERSENODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty ImagesPolice blocks a road leading to the site next to the Ged?chniskirche church where a truck crashed into a christmas market in Berlin, on December 19, 2016 killing at least nine people and injuring at least 50 people. / AFP PHOTO / Odd ANDERSENODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty ImagesRescue forces stand near the site where a truck speeded into a christmas market in Berlin, on December 19, 2016 killing nine persons and injuring at least 50 people. / AFP PHOTO / Odd ANDERSENODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty ImagesRescue forces stand near the site where a truck speeded into a christmas market in Berlin, on December 19, 2016 killing nine persons and injuring at least 50 people. / AFP PHOTO / Odd ANDERSENODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty ImagesPolice stand beside a damaged truck which ran into crowded Christmas market in Berliin Berlin, Germany, Monday, Dec.

19, 2016. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)Police blocks a road leading to the site next to the Ged?chniskirche church (background) where a truck crashed into a christmas market in Berlin, on December 19, 2016 killing at least nine people and injuring at least 50 people. / AFP PHOTO / Odd ANDERSENODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty ImagesPolice guard a Christmas market after a truck ran into the crowded Christmas market in Berliin Berlin, Germany, Monday, Dec.

19, 2016. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)Police blocks a road leading to the site next to the Ged?chniskirche church (background) where a truck crashed into a christmas market in Berlin, on December 19, 2016 killing at least nine people and injuring at least 50 people. / AFP PHOTO / Odd ANDERSENODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty ImagesA policeman stands near the site where a truck speeded into a christmas market in Berlin, on December 19, 2016 killing nine persons and injuring at least 50 people. / AFP PHOTO / John MACDOUGALLJOHN MACDOUGALL/AFP/Getty ImagesBERLIN, GERMANY – DECEMBER 19: Rescue workers arrive to the area after a lorry truck ploughed through a Christmas market on December 19, 2016 in Berlin, Germany. Several people have died while dozens have been injured as police investigate the attack at a market outside the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church on the Kurfuerstendamm and whether it is linked to a terrorist plot. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)Policemen stand near the site where a truck speeded into a christmas market in Berlin, on December 19, 2016 killing nine persons and injuring at least 50 people. / AFP PHOTO / John MACDOUGALLJOHN MACDOUGALL/AFP/Getty ImagesBERLIN, GERMANY – DECEMBER 19: Rescue workers arrive to the area after a lorry truck ploughed through a Christmas market on December 19, 2016 in Berlin, Germany. Several people have died while dozens have been injured as police investigate the attack at a market outside the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church on the Kurfuerstendamm and whether it is linked to a terrorist plot. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)Policemen stand at the site where a truck speeded into a christmas market in Berlin, on December 19, 2016 killing nine persons and injuring at least 50 people. / AFP PHOTO / Odd ANDERSENODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty ImagesBERLIN, GERMANY – DECEMBER 19: Police speak to an ambulance near the area after a lorry truck ploughed through a Christmas market on December 19, 2016 in Berlin, Germany.

Several people have died while dozens have been injured as police investigate the attack at a market outside the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church on the Kurfuerstendamm and whether it is linked to a terrorist plot. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)BERLIN, GERMANY – DECEMBER 19: Police cars line up the area after a lorry truck ploughed through a Christmas market on December 19, 2016 in Berlin, Germany. Several people have died while dozens have been injured as police investigate the attack at a market outside the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church on the Kurfuerstendamm and whether it is linked to a terrorist plot. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)BERLIN, GERMANY – DECEMBER 19: Ambulances are parked near the area after a lorry truck ploughed through a Christmas market on December 19, 2016 in Berlin, Germany. Several people have died while dozens have been injured as police investigate the attack at a market outside the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church on the Kurfuerstendamm and whether it is linked to a terrorist plot. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)BERLIN, GERMANY – DECEMBER 19: An ambulance and rescue workers arrive to the area after a lorry truck ploughed through a Christmas market on December 19, 2016 in Berlin, Germany.

Several people have died while dozens have been injured as police investigate the attack at a market outside the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church on the Kurfuerstendamm and whether it is linked to a terrorist plot. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)BERLIN, GERMANY – DECEMBER 19: Police stand near the area after a lorry truck ploughed through a Christmas market on December 19, 2016 in Berlin, Germany.

Several people have died while dozens have been injured as police investigate the attack at a market outside the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church on the Kurfuerstendamm and whether it is linked to a terrorist plot. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)BERLIN, GERMANY – DECEMBER 19: An ambulance drives near the area after a lorry truck ploughed through a Christmas market on December 19, 2016 in Berlin, Germany.

Several people have died while dozens have been injured as police investigate the attack at a market outside the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church on the Kurfuerstendamm and whether it is linked to a terrorist plot. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)Ambulances arrive at the scene where a truck speeded into a christmas market in Berlin, on December 19, 2016 killing nine persons and injuring at least 50 people. / AFP PHOTO / Odd ANDERSENODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty ImagesAmbulances arrive on a road leading to a scene next to the Ged?chniskirche church where a truck crashed into a christmas market in Berlin, on December 19, 2016 killing at least nine people and injuring at least 50 people. / AFP PHOTO / Odd ANDERSENODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty ImagesPolice blocks a road leading to a scene next to the Ged?chniskirche church where a truck crashed into a christmas market in Berlin, on December 19, 2016 killing at least nine people and injuring at least 50 people. / AFP PHOTO / Odd ANDERSENODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty ImagesPeople stand at the scene where a truck speeded into a christmas market in Berlin, on December 19, 2016 killing nine persons and injuring at least 50 people. / AFP PHOTO / John MACDOUGALLJOHN MACDOUGALL/AFP/Getty ImagesPolice blocks a road leading to a scene where a truck speeded into a christmas market in Berlin, on December 19, 2016 killing at least one person and injuring at least 50 people. / AFP PHOTO / John MACDOUGALLJOHN MACDOUGALL/AFP/Getty ImagesA policeman stands near the scene where a truck speeded into a christmas market in Berlin, on December 19, 2016 killing nine persons and injuring at least 50 people. / AFP PHOTO / John MACDOUGALLJOHN MACDOUGALL/AFP/Getty Images

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