Tunisia attack was suicide bomber who blew himself up on bus, official says

By REUTERS
November 25, 2015 10:41

 
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TUNIS - The attack on a Tunisian presidential guard bus that killed 13 was a suicide bomber carrying a backpack who blew himself up getting into the vehicle, a government official said on Wednesday, citing an investigation.

"According to the preliminary details, the attacker was wearing a bag on his back. He had on a coat and was wearing headphones. He blew himself up just getting into the door of the bus with military explosives," Hichem Gharbi, a presidential security official, told local Shems FM radio.

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