5 February 2014

Tunisia: Police Raid in Raoued - Interior Ministry Discloses Identity of Terrorists Killed

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Security forces quell a protest (file photo).

Tunis — The Interior Ministry disclosed on Wednesday the identity of the terrorists killed on Tuesday in a police raid in Raoued (governorate of Ariana).

In a statement published on Wednesday morning, the Interior Ministry confirmed that all the terrorists killed in this raid had been identified after fingerprint authentication. They are:

Kamel Ben Taieb Gadhgadhi

Aymen Ben Mohamed Ben Rebîi Bohri

Mohamed Naceur Ben Hedi Dridi

Alaeddine Ben Abdelwaheb Njahi

Heikel Ben Mohamed Ben Ali Badr

Ali Ben Mustapha Kalai

Makrem Ben Manoubi Riahi.

The Special Investigation Team on Terrorism and the Regional Department of Fight Against Terrorism of the National Guard are carrying on their investigation to look for new information in this operation, adds the statement.

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