The Christmas market near the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church in Berlin continues on Dec. 22. Somber but determined not to be cowed, visitors flocked to the market as it reopened three days after being struck in a deadly truck assault. Michael Kappeler/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A body is covered with a thermal blanket after a shootout between Italian police and a man near a train station in Milan's Sesto San Giovanni neighborhood early Friday. Italy's interior minister said the man killed is "without a shadow of doubt" Anis Amri, the suspect in the Berlin Christmas market attack. Daniele Bennati/AP hide caption

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The Christmas market in Berlin was targeted in Monday's attack by a man driving a heavy truck into an area crowded with shoppers. Sean Gallup/Getty Images hide caption

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A Christmas market in central Berlin is seen on Tuesday, a day after a truck smashed into the market, killing 12 people and injuring dozens more. Odd Andersen/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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At the 1936 Olympics, 18 black athletes went to Berlin as part of the U.S. team. Pictured here are (left to right, rear) high jumpers Dave Albritton and Cornelius Johnson; hurdler Tidye Pickett; sprinter Ralph Metcalfe; boxer Jim Clark; sprinter Mack Robinson. In front: weightlifter John Terry (left); long jumper John Brooks. Bettmann Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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Black U.S. Olympians Won In Nazi Germany Only To Be Overlooked At Home

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A scene from The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 takes place in the fictional capital city Panem, which was filmed in Berlin. Murray Close/Lionsgate hide caption

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With Rich History And Tax Breaks, Berlin Lures American Filmmakers

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Marie Jalowicz Simon survived the Holocaust by hiding with friends and strangers in Berlin. From the private collection of Hermann Simon hide caption

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A Young Woman Goes 'Underground In Berlin' To Escape The Holocaust

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The Willy Brandt Berlin Brandenburg International Airport was supposed to open in 2012, but it has been delayed repeatedly and is now set to open in 2017. The cost overruns and delays have made the airport the butt of frequent jokes. Sean Gallup/Getty Images hide caption

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Berlin's New Airport: Still In A Holding Pattern

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Young fans of the German national soccer team drink iced tea in July 2010 as they watch the FIFA World Cup semi-final match Germany vs. Spain in an Arabic cafe in Berlin's Neukölln district. The neighborhood has gentrified rapidly in recent years, but many of the white families moving in leave once their children reach school age. Local groups are trying to change that. AFP/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In Berlin, Grassroots Efforts Work To Integrate Inner-City Schools

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The Cold War Broadcast That Gave East German Dissidents A Voice

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"Forest boy," who says his name is Ray. Berlin police hide caption

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Can You ID Germany's 'Forest Boy'?

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