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The fingerprints of the man believed to be behind the Berlin market attack have been found on the lorry which was driven into the stalls. Peter Neumann, from the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation at King's College, London, says the suspect was linked to a radical Islamist network in Germany.
Also on the programme: the chairman of the Philippines Commission on Human Rights, Chito Gascon, on his attempts to investigate President Duterte's claims that he personally killed several drug suspects when he was mayor of Davao. Plus the Canadian city of Vancouver and its problem with people overdosing on synthetic opiates.
(Photo: Berlin Christmas market reopens Credit: Getty Images)
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Authorities in Germany say the Tunisian man wanted in connection with the deadly attack on a Christmas market had previously been investigated for planning violent crimes.
Also, how successful will the president of the Gambia Yahya Jammeh be when taking his election result to the Supreme Court? And why the Israeli army is taking a more relaxed approach to its conscripts smoking marijuana.
(Picture: Police patrol a Christmas market in Berlin the day it reopened following Monday's attack on a Christmas market in the city centre. Credit: Getty)
DR Congo's president Joseph Kabila urged to step down as Church-mediated talks continue. Protesters gather at the London embassy.
Also in the programme: still working at 102-years-old; living as a refugee in Iraq and making a living from typewriters in Myanmar.
(Picture: A Congolese protester holds up a red card in defiance against the President of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Joseph Kabila. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
A Pakistani asylum seeker, the only person being held in connection with the attack has been released. German police say the perpetrator may still be at large.
Also in the programme: a river of liquid iron is discovered in the earth's outer core, and the man who photographed the assassination of the Russian ambassador to Turkey.
(Photo: Members of the Germans parliament attend a service at the Church of Remembrance at Breitscheidplatz, the area where a truck ploughed through a Christmas market in Berlin. Credit: Michele Tantussi/Getty Images)
The German authorities say they can't be certain that a man arrested on Monday was the driver of the truck that smashed into a Christmas market in Berlin. Twelve people died when the vehicle ploughed into the crowded square. The German interior minister, Thomas de Maiziere, said the suspect was an asylum seeker who was probably from Pakistan, but the man denied his involvement. Federal prosecutor Peter Frank, said the style of attack and the target suggested Islamic extremism.
Also in the programme, Russian investigators arrive in Turkey after ambassador assassinated in Ankara and a new treatment for prostate cancer.
(Photo: Scene around a truck that crashed into a Christmas market in Berlin. Credit: ODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty Images)