Tunisia: Sidi Bouzid - Six Guardsmen Killed, Two Seriously Wounded

Photo: UN Photo/Amanda Voisard
Mohamed Moncef Marzouki, Caretaker President of the Republic of Tunisia.

Sidi Bouzid — Six guardsmen have been killed during clashes with an armed terrorist group in Ounaissia in the delegation of Sidi Ali Ben Aoun, in Sidi Bouzid.

According to a security source, two terrorists were killed in the clashes, two other National Guard officers seriously wounded and another was lightly injured.

The National Guard forces had gone to Ounaissia on a suspicion that a group of individuals occupied a house there. As soon as they arrived, terrorists opened fire which led to armed clashes.

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