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Tunisia investigates Nice suspect, judiciary says

Reuters | Tunis | Updated: 30-10-2020 01:21 IST | Created: 29-10-2020 23:10 IST
Tunisia investigates Nice suspect, judiciary says
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Tunisia has opened an investigation after reports that the suspect in the Nice attack is Tunisian, the spokesman for a specialised counter-militancy court, Mohsen Dali, told Reuters on Thursday.

"The public prosecutor of the anti-terrorism court has opened a forensic investigation into the suspicion that a Tunisian committed a terrorist operation abroad," Dali said.



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