Italian police collect evidence after a shootout between police and a man near a train station in Milan’s Sesto San Giovanni neighborhood early Friday. Interior Minister Marco Minniti says the man killed in an early-hours shootout in Milan is “without a shadow of doubt” the Berlin Christmas market attacker Anis Amri.
Italian police collect evidence after a shootout between police and a man near a train station in Milan’s Sesto San Giovanni neighborhood early Friday. Interior Minister Marco Minniti says the man killed in an early-hours shootout in Milan is “without a shadow of doubt” the Berlin Christmas market attacker Anis Amri. Daniele Bennati AP
Italian police collect evidence after a shootout between police and a man near a train station in Milan’s Sesto San Giovanni neighborhood early Friday. Interior Minister Marco Minniti says the man killed in an early-hours shootout in Milan is “without a shadow of doubt” the Berlin Christmas market attacker Anis Amri. Daniele Bennati AP

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