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EU to boost border checks on cash, gold to tackle 'terrorism financing'

German police also launches manhunt for Tunisian suspect responsible for Christmas market attack
Thursday, December 22, 2016 - 05:50

Flowers, candles and a note saying "The terror cannot prevail" are placed near the Berlin Christmas market, where 12 people were killed after a truck slammed into the crowd on Monday.


THE European Commission proposed tightening controls on cash and precious metals transfers from outside the European Union on Wednesday, in a bid to shut down one route for funding of militant attacks on the continent.

The move follows Monday's attack on a Christmas market

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