The detained suspect reportedly had dinner with the the main suspect - Anis Amri - the day before the attack in Berlin that killed 12 people.

The arrival of 890,000 refugees last year has polarised Germany and misgivings run particularly deep in the ex-communist east.
The arrival of 890,000 refugees last year has polarised Germany and misgivings run particularly deep in the ex-communist east.

German Police have arrested a Tunisian man who they think may have been involved in the Berlin Christmas market attack

The man they have in custody reportedly had dinner with the the main suspect - Anis Amri - the day before Amri drove a truck into a crowded marketplace killing 12 people.

Four days later, Amri was killed during a shootout with police in Milan.

Source: TRTWorld and agencies