NEW YORK - The Tunisian suspected of the attack on the Christmas market in Berlin was also in focus with the US intelligence services. The New York Times reported Thursday that terror suspect Anis Amri attracted attention because he had searched the internet for manuals for making explosives.
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Furthermore, said sources in the US intelligence Amri certainly once had contact with the terrorist group Islamic State. The Tunisian was in the US on the no-fly list. This is a list of the TSC, the center of the federal government for the screening of terrorists. It is not allowed people on that list from or to fly to the United States.