Tunis — Béchir El Golli, 23, held over the attack of the US Embassy in Tunis, died on thursday of a heart failure after 57 days of hunger strike over prison conditions, his lawyer Adelbasset Ben Mbarek confirmed to TAP news agency.
Tunis Afrique Presse (Tunis)
Tunisia: Local Held Over U.S. Embassy Attack Dies in Hunger Strike
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