The police evacuated and cordoned off the immediate area and said they're still assessing the contents of the defused package.
But later they added that they were not sure whether it was a genuine explosive device or a dummy.
POLICE have evacuated a Christmas market in Germany after a bomb was delivered to nearby pharmacy, nearly a year after a deadly terrorist attack on a similar target.
The package, delivered to a nearby pharmacy, contained a "cylindrical object with cables, batteries, and nails".
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He said police defused the device about three hours later.
According to the Potsdamer Neueste Nachrichten newspaper, the package was delivered to a local pharmacy, where it was opened and an employee found it was stuffed with wires.
Karl-Heinz Schroeter, interior minister of the state of Brandenburg, which surrounds Berlin, said the area would remain shut while police searched with sniffer dogs for any other similar packages.
However, police warned of speculation on Twitter and told people to avoid "premature conclusions".
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On Dec. 21 a year ago, a truck driven by a Tunisian Islamist rammed into a Christmas market near Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church in downtown Berlin, killing 12 people.
Last December, 12 people were killed and 56 injured when a lorry was driven through a Christmas market in Berlin.
The suspect, Anis Amri, fled to Italy after the December 19 terror attack where he was killed in a shootout with police four days later.
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