Tunisian police officer killed in beach resort of Sousse


19 August 2015 From the section Africa Tunisia is struggling to contain a growing militant threat across the country A Tunisian police officer has been shot dead in the beach resort of Sousse, where 38 people, mainly British tourists, were killed in June. Officials said three officers were attacked by two men on a motorcycle. The interior ministry said police in the city, 140km (90 miles) south of the capital Tunis, had launched a vast search for the gunmen. Tunisia’s tourism industry has suffered badly since the Sousse beach killings and an attack in Tunis in March. “Three policemen were the target of gunshots fired by two men on a big motorcycle,” a statement…

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