Armed man arrested trying to enter Tunisian parliament

By REUTERS
March 28, 2017 14:38
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An armed man was arrested trying to enter the Tunisian parliament in Tunis on Tuesday, officials said.

A parliamentary official told Reuters the man was stopped at a scanner at the entrance to the parliament building. A member of parliament said the man was carrying a knife.

It was not immediately clear why the man was attempting to get into the building, the officials said.

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