Berlin Christmas market attack suspect killed in Milan

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Italian police say Berlin terror suspect, Anis Amri, has been shot and killed in Milan, Italy.

MILAN, ITALY – The Berlin Christmas market attack suspect Anis Amri has been killed in Milan, according to Italian state police.

The suspect was killed in a shootout in Sesto San Giovanni — a town near Milan — just after 3am local time, say Italian police in their Twitter feed.
When the man was asked for his papers, he pulled a .22 calibre gun out of his backpack and fired, continued the tweet.
The driver of the police car returned fire, killing the suspect. A policeman was injured in the shootout and is in hospital, according to Italian police.
Twelve people were killed and dozens injured when a truck plowed into the busy market Monday.