The 23-year-old, who spent four years in an Italian prison for an arson attack on a school, evaded several deportation attempts by using six names and three different nationalities.Over the past year, German authorities arrested Amri three times and placed him under close surveillance because of his links to ISIS.
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However, Amri was able to kidnap and murder a Polish truck driver and use his lorry to kill 12 people at a Berlin Christmas market before again evading capture.
German authorities spent more than 24 hours investigating a Pakistani asylum seeker who was arrested near the scene before releasing him and identifying Amri as the prime suspect.
Before Facebook unveiled measures to monitor the spread of “fake news” on the platform, Buzz Feed editor Craig Silverman was working as an adjunct professor for the same media organization that created the fact-checking rules Facebook will use to flag and label fake news stories.
Clio Chang and Alex Shephard write in The New Republic about the organizational shake-up and shift in focus at the leftwing media watchdog Media Matters for America.WTFFFFFFFF please spread.' Saleh and his friend were marched off the flight, as several passengers waved goodbye to them (right), and were interviewed by police at the airport after the incident.However, neither were charged and they were both re-booked on another Delta flight home to New York City.Fox News star anchor Megyn Kelly discussed her future at the network in a sprawling interview with the Washington Post’s Erik Wemple this week — but again declined to rule out a move to a new network as she said she has “great options” when her contract expires in the summer of 2017.The BBC has been accused of disseminating fake news with a report which suggested that a police officer had used excessive force in making an arrest.The Police Federation have defended the officer’s actions.