Dalia Elyakim, a 60-year-old Israeli who was on a trip to Germany, was confirmed to have been murdered in Monday evening's terrorist attack in Berlin. She had initially been declared missing but her body was identified by her children two-and-a-half days after the attack. Elyakim's husband Rami remains hospitalized in Berlin after being seriously injured but his life is no longer in danger. Germany's police and security services are still searching for Anis Amri, the 24-year-old Tunisian terrorist who drove the truck that ploughed into the crowds at Berlin's Christmas market. Amri had previously been arrested, questioned and released.