Israeli Woman Missing After Berlin Attack Named

Security and rescue workers tend to the scene after a lorry truck ploughed through a Christmas market on December 19, 2016 in Berlin, Germany. At least two people have died as police investigate the attack and whether it is linked to a terrorist plot.
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Ynetnews reports: The Israeli woman who has been missing since the Berlin Christmas market terror attack, which claimed 12 lives and wounded dozens, has been identified as Dalia Elyakim, said to be in her 60s.

Her husband, Rami—also in his 60s—who was seriously injured in the attack, remains in hospital in serious condition in Berlin.

Their children, Or (28) and Hen (26) flew to Berlin to be with their father and hope together that their mother will be found.

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