Tunisia: El Golli's Family Refuses Autopsy of Son Who Dies After Hunger Strike in Prison - Ministry

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Cars parked around the U.S. embassy were set on fire during a protest in Tunis (file photo).

Tunis — The family of Bechir El Golli, who died Thursday after a hunger strike, refused an autopsy on the body of its son to determine the causes of his death, the Ministry of Health said in a statement released Friday.

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