Tunisian kids' magazine to be prosecuted for firebomb guide

By REUTERS
October 9, 2012 16:16

 
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TUNIS - A popular Tunisian children's magazine is to be prosecuted for telling its young readers how to make a Molotov cocktail, officials said on Tuesday.

The latest edition of "Qaws Quzah", Arabic for "Rainbow", featured a piece about the history of petrol bombs in its "Knowledge Corner," including detailed instructions and a diagram.

"It is an improvised weapon that is often used in riots and acts of sabotage because it is easy to make and use," the article read.

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