Christmas Market

Israeli Seriously Wounded in Berlin Attack, Wife Missing

An Israeli citizen was seriously injured, and his wife declared missing, after a truck plowed into a busy Christmas market in Berlin on Monday killing 12 people in what German authorities are calling “a probable terrorist attack.”

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.

Top Italian Bishop: Islamist Attacks Have Nothing to Do With Religion

Despite appearances to the contrary, the murder of the Russian ambassador in Ankara and the Berlin massacre in a Christmas market have nothing to do with religion but are economically motivated, according to the secretary general of the Italian bishops’ conference.


Migrant Youths, Locals Brawl at Christmas Market

A dozen individuals were involved in a fight at the Christmas market in a small German town at the weekend, as migrant youths and locals apparently came to blows over anti-social behaviour.