The object was reportedly planted on a children's carousel located at the Christmas market, local media report.More news: Tiger Woods briefly takes lead, in contention at Hero World Challenge
Police said later on Twitter that the package included "a cylindrical object with cables, batteries and nails but at this point no ignition device has been found".
On Monday, the Berlin market reopened on Breitscheidplatz, a large traffic island in the western city centre, behind a wall of two-metre long, 500kg concrete barriers.More news: Cyclonic storm to hit Lakshadweep and southern Kerala, TN coast
A Christmas market in Germany has been evacuated after authorities found what they described as an improvised explosive device.
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"The Christmas markets are part of our lives and our culture", he said. On December 19, 2016, a hijacked truck driven by a failed asylum seeker from Tunisia went off the road and into the market held near a historic church on the Kurfurstendamm shopping avenue. The suspect, Anis Amri, fled to Italy after the December 19 attack and died in a shootout with police near Milan on December 23, 2016.
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