Two suspected terror attacks overseas yesterday. An assassination in Turkey and a mass-murder in Germany.
In Berlin, Germany, at least 12 people were killed and 48 others injured--- after a driver plowed his 18-wheeler into a Christmas market packed with shoppers.
And in Ankara, Turkey, the Russian Ambassador to Turkey was shot dead by an off-duty Turkish police officer at an art gallery. He fired into the air before taking aim at the ambassador.
We had the director for the study of hate and extremism at Cal State San Bernardino - Professor Brian Levin to weigh in on what happened.
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