Censor.NET reports citing The Guardian.
Police have confirmed that they are treating an incident at Berlin's Breitscheidplatz on Monday night as a "presumed terrorist attack", saying they are working on the assumption that a truck was "intentionally" driven into a Christmas market.
Twelve people are confirmed to have died after a truck ploughed into crowds at around 8: 15 p.m. Berlin time on Monday evening.
A further 48 people have been taken to hospital with injuries, some of them serious. Eyewitnesses said the truck drove into the market at speed, crushing visitors.
A suspect was arrested 2 km from the scene and is being interrogated. No details of his identity have been released. Police said they would hold a press conference at 1 p.m. Tuesday Berlin time.
Early on Tuesday morning, police reportedly raided a a hangar at the disused Tempelhof airport in southern Berlin, part of which is currently housing refugees.
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