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Tunisian security forces said they have arrested the nephew of the Berlin Christmas market attacker and two other suspects, as Germany searches for the jihadist's possible accomplices.
Also on the programme, the Bangladeshi journalist who reported on the garment industry has been arrested; the Serbian who fell 33,000 feet from an exploding aeroplane; and the Spanish town that won the El Gordo lottery
(Photograph shows people mourning at a makeshift memorial for the victims of the Christmas market attack in Berlin. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
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(Photo: A Palestinian protester in front of the Israeli settlement of Qadumim during clashes with Israeli security forces following a demonstration against the expropriation of Palestinian land by Israel in the village of Kfar Qaddum, near Nablus, in the occupied West Bank. Credit: AFP)
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The main suspect in the Berlin market attacks is fatally wounded in a shootout with police in Milan. Joseph Janning from the European Council on Foreign Relations says police in Germany have to co-ordinate with those in other countries to be effective.
Also on the programme: the deputy director of the World Health Organisation, Marie-Paule Kieny, on the new vaccine against Ebola. Plus we visit a Santa Claus training camp.
(Photo: Covered body surrounded by police and forensics team Credit:AP)
Bana Alabed, the 7 year old Twitter girl from Syria describes the night her house was bombed. She and her mother Fatemah spoke to BBC's Orla Guerin about how they fled Aleppo for Turkey.
Also on the programme, Donald Trump suggests an expansion of US nuclear capabilities; and conquering the South Pole on a wheelchair.
(Photo: Bana Alabed in Ankara, Turkey. Credit: Getty Images)
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)