2 July 2014

Tunisia: Four Soldiers Killed As Mine Explodes On Mount Ouergha

Tunis — Four soldiers were killed on Wednesday as a mine exploded during a sweeping operation in Mount Ouergha, Kef, said well-informed sources.

Four soldiers and two National Guard officers were injured on Tuesday morning in the explosion of an improvised mine on the passage of a military vehicle, during a search operation in Mount Ouergha.


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