Berlin: Muslim terror cell nabbed after arrests in Italy and Germany

Italian police said on Friday that they had helped break up an 11-person terror cell based in Berlin not long after Anis Amri allegedly plowed a truck into a Christmas market in the city, killing 12 people.

The operation to dismantle the group was completed at the end of January but is just now being revealed. The investigation into the group began after authorities picked up two of the cell’s members in the Italian port of Ancona on December 4, 2016.