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Police officers carrying machine guns patrol at the Christmas market in Dortmund, Germany, Tuesday Dec. 20, 2016. A truck ran into a crowded Christmas market in Berlin the evening before and killed several people.

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Germany, Tuesday, Dec. 20 2016, after a truck ran into the crowded market the evening before and killed several people in Berlin, Germany.

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Police officers inspect the crime scene in Berlin, Germany, Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2016, the day after a truck ran into a crowded Christmas market and killed several people.

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A used suit of a forensic investigator lies on a Christmas tree where a truck ploughed through a crowded Christmas market killing 12 people in the west of Berlin.

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A police officer positions concrete blocks at an entrance to the Striezelmarkt Christmas market in Dresden, eastern Germany, Tuesday Dec. 20, 2016, after a truck ran into a crowded Christmas market in Berlin the evening before and killed several people.

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A German police officer stands next to a merry-go-round in the Christmas market in Frankfurt, Germany, Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2016 one day after a truck ran into a crowded Christmas market in Berlin killing several people.

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German police officers patrol over the Christmas market in Frankfurt, Germany.

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Concrete blocks are placed to secure the Christmas market in Stuttgart, Germany Tuesday Dec. 20, 2016, one day after a truck ran into a crowded Christmas market in Berlin killing several people.

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Police officers patrol at the Christmas market in Dortmund, Germany, Tuesday Dec. 20, 2016. A truck ran into a crowded Christmas market in Berlin the evening before and killed several people.

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People walk over the traditional Christmas market in Frankfurt, Germany.

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Germany calls truck rampage a terror attack, seeks answers

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