Tunisia: Salafists Attack Sidi Bouzid Police Station
27 February 2013
Tunisian salafists on Tuesday (February 26th) attacked the Sidi Bouzid police station to reclaim a seized motorcycle, Tunisie Numerique reported. Police used tear gas to disperse the assailants. Army units were also deployed to restore calm.
In related news, Nafta and Tozeur suspects were arrested in connection with the deadly February 21st Sidi Bouzid gunfight between armed salafists and National Guard forces.
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