Berlin market reopens
BERLIN - The Berlin Christmas market where 12 people were killed in a truck attack Monday has reopened.
Organizers decided to reopen the market today without party music or bright lights, and crowds are coming by to lay candles and flowers in tribute.
Meanwhile, authorities across Europe are trying to track down a 24-year-old Tunisian man considered the prime suspect in the assault that also injured 48 people.
German media are reporting that the fingerprints of suspect Anis Amri have been found on the truck that was driven into the market.
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