Berlin (photo: faH)
nije bilo djece

Objavljeni novi detalji o žrtvama terorističkog napada u Berlinu

Berlin (photo: faH)
pomna analiza

Njemačka odbacuje kritike zbog 'traljave' istrage o napadaču iz Berlina

Berlin (photo: faH)
Terorizam

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Ocjena

Slovencima 2016. bolja od lanjske, ali još uvijek lošija nego 2008.

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istraživanje

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Gotova kriza

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Paolo Gentiloni (photo: faH)
službena potvrda

Gentiloni obavijestio Merkel da je napadač iz Berlina ubijen

Berlin (photo: faH)
laknulo im

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njemačka policija (photo: faH)
uhićeni

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josipović napisao glazbu

Hrvatski film o NOB-ovim srušenim spomenicima pobijedio u Švedskoj

epa05684706 An undated handout photo made available by German Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) on 21 December 2016 shows the wanted note for suspect Anis Amri who is searched for in connection to the 19 December Berlin attacks. A manhunt for the truck driver is underway after an initial suspect had to be released after he was cleared of the suspicion. At least 12 people were killed and dozens injured when a truck on 19 December drove into the Christmas market at Breitscheidplatz in Berlin, in what authorities believe was a deliberate attack.  EPA/BKA / HANDOUT BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE, MANDATORY CREDIT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES (photo: fah)
tijekom ophodnje

Terorist koji je izvršio napad u Berlinu ubijen u Milanu!

epa05685589 The family of Anis Amri sits around a potriait of him in their home in Oueslatia, Tunisia, 22 December 2016. Anis Amri is the prime suspect of being the truck driver in the attack and subject of an European arrest warrant in relation with the 19 December truck attack on a Christmas market in Berlin. At least 12 people were killed and dozens injured when a truck on 19 December drove into the Christmas market at Breitscheidplatz in Berlin, in what authorities believe was a deliberate attack.  EPA/MOHAMED MESSARA (photo: fah)
policija tvrdi

Osumnjičeni terorist i dalje u Berlinu, snimljen u džamiji nakon napada

epa05684330 German police officers gather for further investigation at the area in which the truck used in the 19 December Berlin Christmas Market attack is believed to have been parked last, at the Friedrich-Krause-Ufer in an industrial area in the western harbor in Berlin, Germany, 21 December 2016. At least 12 people were killed and around 50 injured in the evening of 19 December 2016, when a truck was driven into a Christmas market, in what authorities said was a deliberate attack.  EPA/KAY NIETFELD (photo: fah)
ima li kraja?

Njemačka: spriječen novi teroristički napad, uhićen dvojac s Kosova

Berlin (photo: faH)
uznemirujuće

VIDEO Pojavila se prva snimka terorističkog napada u Berlinu

epa05444014 Arme dpolice officers participate in an operation in Hildeshein, Germany, 27 July 2016. The Police raided the rooms of the Mosque 'Deutschsprachiger Islamkreis Hildesheim e.V.' (DIK) as well as the apartments of eight board members of the organization. According to the Lower Saxony Interior Ministry, the DIK in Hildesheim is considered a nationwide hotspot for the radical salafist scene.  EPA/Chris Gossmann (photo: epa)
islamska država

Nijemci uznemireni: agencije javljaju kako je broj salafista snažno porastao

epa05684706 An undated handout photo made available by German Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) on 21 December 2016 shows the wanted note for suspect Anis Amri who is searched for in connection to the 19 December Berlin attacks. A manhunt for the truck driver is underway after an initial suspect had to be released after he was cleared of the suspicion. At least 12 people were killed and dozens injured when a truck on 19 December drove into the Christmas market at Breitscheidplatz in Berlin, in what authorities believe was a deliberate attack.  EPA/BKA / HANDOUT BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE, MANDATORY CREDIT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES (photo: fah)
progovorila obitelj

Berlinski napadač nije bio vjernik, navodno je radikaliziran u zatvoru

Merkel (photo: epa)
dok potraga traje

Merkel 'ponosna' na reakcije Nijemaca nakon napada u Berlinu

Teran (photo: faH)
Prigovor

Slovenci nas tužakaju kod Europske komisije: Teran je naš, a ne hrvatski!

Berlin (photo: faH)
'mi smo tužni'

Božićni sajam u Berlinu ponovno otvoren; betonski blokovi i cvijeće

Berlin (photo: faH)
istraga u berlinu

Nađeni otisci Tunižanina, pročitajte kako je njegova majka reagirala

Davor Škrlec (photo: fah)
prozvao komisiju

Škrlec o vizama sa SAD-om: Svi šute, a krše se europski zakoni

Berlin (photo: faH)
nesigurna zemlja?

Njemačke vlasti pod paljbom kritika: Imali su napadača i nestao je!

epa05684706 An undated handout photo made available by German Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) on 21 December 2016 shows the wanted note for suspect Anis Amri who is searched for in connection to the 19 December Berlin attacks. A manhunt for the truck driver is underway after an initial suspect had to be released after he was cleared of the suspicion. At least 12 people were killed and dozens injured when a truck on 19 December drove into the Christmas market at Breitscheidplatz in Berlin, in what authorities believe was a deliberate attack.  EPA/BKA / HANDOUT BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE, MANDATORY CREDIT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES (photo: fah)
nasilan i naoružan

Tunižanin osumnjičen za napad u Berlinu bio je u talijanskom zatvoru

Njemačka policija (photo: Epa)
Uhićenje

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