Anis Amri travelled through Amsterdam, Brussels days after Berlin attack
CCTV footage shows Berlin attacker Anis Amri arriving from Amsterdam and spending nearly two hours at Brussels’ North train station, two days after Berlin
CCTV footage shows Berlin attacker Anis Amri arriving from Amsterdam and spending nearly two hours at Brussels’ North train station, two days after the Berlin attack.
Dutch authorities announced that Amri travelled to Nijmegen railway station at roughly 11.30 AM on December 21 before making his way to Amsterdam train station at 1 PM.
He was seen on CCTV in Brussels between 7 PM and 9 PM later that day, according to Belgian authorities.
It has been confirmed that Amri has visited the Netherlands, Belgium, France and Italy after he committed the massacre in a crowded German market, which raises even more questions over security in the EU.
Amri entered Germany in 2015 and was on a temporary asylum permit, but in June a court ruling refused his asylum and demanded that he leave.
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