The Muslim terrorist who attacked a Christmas market in Berlin was shot dead by police in Italy.
UPDATE: Video from the Italian department of the European Union funded network, Euronews:
UPDATE: The Berlin jihadi may have entered Europe posing as a "child refugee".
Weeks after landing in 2011, terror suspect Anis Amri, 24, was sentenced to four years in prison for burning down a migrant reception centre on the Italian island of Lampedusa.
Amri was on one of two boats that left the Tunisian port of Sfax in March 2011 - one vessel sank but the terrorist's ship made it safely to the Mediterranean island.
Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera and other media outlets say the extraordinary photographs from five years ago are Amri, aged 19.
According to Breitbart, the current main suspect for the Berlin Christmas market attack was shot dead by Italian police in a shootout that also injured one Italian officer.
Below, Dashcam footage of the attack:
And below, the jihadi's video, made in Berlin, where he swears allegiance to the Islamic State and its leader, Al Baghdadi. This video was released by the Islamic State, which should end any speculation about the jihadi's allegiances.
Breitbart also reports that the jihadi yelled, "Allah hu ackbar" during his gunfight with Italian police.
Fingerprints have been confirmed to be those of Amri, who opened fire at police during a routine check at 3am this morning – he shot officer Christian Movio in the shoulder.
Police say Amri shouted "Allahu Akbar" before dying.
He was initially thought to have been spotted in Denmark earlier this morning, before details of the shooting surfaced.