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Berlin was the capital city of Germany.

Before Day 1, the Berlin Wall was destroyed, marking the impending collapse of the Soviet Union and the end of the Cold War. (Deadline)

The Reichstag was an important building in Berlin. In 1999, the sniper Jonathan Matijevich allegedly participated in a failed terrorist attack against the Reichstag. (Findings at CTU)

Berlin's primary airport was Tempelhof International Airport. International Flight 221 took off from Tempelhof en route to Los Angeles, California. (Findings at CTU, "Day 1: 1:00am-2:00am")

Alexis Drazen claimed to Elizabeth Nash that he ran an importing company based in Berlin. Drazen's PDA had a folder under the "PLAYTIME" directory that listed women he knew in Berlin. ("Day 1: 3:00pm-4:00pm", Findings at CTU)

Syed Ali claimed to have been in Berlin on April 5th prior to Day 2. This was in direct contrast to the purported evidence of the Cyprus recording. The recording — forged by Alex Hewitt for Peter Kingsley — falsely established Ali had instead been meeting with three Middle East leaders to discuss the purchase of a nuclear bomb to be detonated in the United States. ("Day 2: 11:00pm-12:00am")

Marcus Alvers visited Berlin about three years before his involvement with Stephen Saunders. This fact turned up in the research of Adam Kaufman. ("Day 3: 2:00am-3:00am")

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