The operative helped the arrest of 50 ISIS fighters and prevented several plots, according to court testimony.
The holy month of Ramadan begins Friday night, sparking fears of further attacks in Western countries after a surge of assaults during the same month last year.
The Kremlin has called for initiatives at home and abroad to spread Russian history, particularly regarding its role in World War II and defeating the Nazis.
In December 2010, an Iraqi-born Swede detonated an explosive device, killing himself.
London and Berlin have also been criticized for not offering public gestures of solidarity, such as lighting up city monuments or raising the Russian flag.
Authorities believe the mosque was used as a hub to funnel people and arms to conflict zones.
Shahak Shapira's "Yolocaust" project shocked viewers and then vanished, like performance art for the internet age.
The German Chancellor will discuss the situation in east Ukraine.
Police arrested the Austrian suspect, a 17-year-old with Albanian roots, after tip-offs.
A speech by Bjoern Hoecke, the AfD's leader in the eastern state of Thuringia, on Tuesday triggered anger across Germany and even caused one member of the radical Left party to report him for incitement to racial hatred.
"Unchecked powers are trampling freedoms that have long been taken for granted," report says.
Healthcare insurance would pay for "sexual assistants" for poorer care home residents.
The suspect is accused of scoping targets such as the Brandenburg Gate and Reichstag building.
Anis Amri, 24, plowed a truck through a Berlin Christmas market on Dec. 19. Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack.
Anis Amri had contact with preacher Abu Walaa's network, a German security source tells Newsweek.
Protection increased at the Vatican and near churches throughout Italian cities as authorities probe Anis Amri's connections within the country.
Anis Amri said that ISIS supporters would seek revenge on what he called "crusaders" in Europe.