Family ‘Very Concerned’ About Israeli Woman Missing From Berlin Terror Attack

. . . two days after a man drove a heavy truck into a Christmas market in an apparent terrorist attack on December 21, 2016 in Berlin, Germany. So far 12 people are confirmed dead and 48 injured. Authorities initially arrested a Pakistani man whom they believed was the driver …
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The Algemeiner reports: Efforts to find the Israeli woman who has been missing since the truck-ramming attack at a popular outdoor Christmas market in Berlin earlier this week were still underway on Wednesday.

Dalia Elyakim — a Herzliya resident in her 60s — was visiting the German capital with her husband, Rami, who was seriously wounded in Monday’s attack, but is in stable condition and expected to survive. “We are very concerned,” Dalia’s brother-in-law, Ofer Elyakim, was quoted by the Hebrew news site Walla as saying on Wednesday, adding that the family was “frustrated” by the as-of-yet futile efforts to find her.

“We are prepared to do everything to help identify her,” he continued. “We still do not know the situation, and we all hope we will get a clue about what happened in the coming hours.”

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