Anis Amri, the Tunisian suspect in the Berlin Christmas market attack, was shot and killed near Milan, Italy early this morning. After his death, Islamic State News “agency” Amaq News released a video of him pledging “bayat,” or “allegiance.”
Berlin Christmas market victims are starting to be named. Lukasz Urban, the Polish truck driver, was first named. An Italian, Fabrizia Di Lorenzo, is believed among the lost, although this was not formally confirmed as her family brings DNA samples to Berlin.
Anis Amri is wanted in the Berlin Christmas market attack in Germany that killed 12 victims. A refugee from Tunisia, he was born in an ISIS stronghold.
4 are dead and more are injured after a minivan crashed into a farmer’s market in Chikou Town, Changping, Beijing, China. It comes just days after an Islamic State attack truck attack in Berlin.
The Islamic State Amaq News “agency” has officially claimed responsibility for yesterday’s Christmas market attack that killed 12 and injured 48 at Breitscheidplatz in Berlin-Charlottenburg, Germany.
Lukasz Urban was named as the Polish truck driver who was found dead in the truck that crashed into a Berlin Christmas market in Germany,
12 are dead and others are injured after a truck ran into a crowd at a Christmas market at Breitscheidplatz in Berlin-Charlottenburg, Germany. Police have called it a terrorist attack.
Berlin police report that 9 are dead others are injured after a truck crashed into a Christmas market at Breitscheidplatz in Berlin-Charlottenburg, Germany. Is it Islamic State-inspired?
A new ISIS video titled “Aus der Finsternis ins Licht” or “From Darkness Into Light” threatens the West, specifically Germany. It also tells the story of German citizen Abu ‘Issa al-Almani, who converted from Christianity to Islam and traveled to ISIS.
In a new video released by an Islamic State sympathizer on a German terrorist Telegram channel, a masked, prepubescent boy is shown “beheading” a toy doll. The video is titled “The new generation is raised.”
A video of showing the Ansbach suicide bomber, identified as “Mohammad D.,” pledging allegiance to the Islamic State has reportedly been recovered from his phone.
Following a suicide bombing committed by “Mohammad D.” at a music festival in Ansbach, Germany, the Islamic State has released an infographic including the attack with death counts of other international attacks.
The Islamic State Amaq News agency has released an official statement on a suicide bombing perpetrated by “Mohammad D.” at a music festival in Ansbach, Germany. Read it here in English.
At least one person is dead after a suspected IED, or improvised explosive device, was detonated at Eugene’s Wine Bar in Ansbach, Germany during a music festival. Is the Islamic State behind the attack?
An explosion killed at least one person and injured 10 others in Ansbach, Germany. See videos from the scene here.