A Tunisian border policeman stands guard at the border crossing of Ras el-Jedir Ben Guerdane, southeast of Tunis August 2, 2014. (REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi)
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Germany said Tuesday that one of its nationals had died in a tense region of Tunisia, after Tunisian officials said police had killed two women at the weekend, mistaking them for members of an armed group.According to the German Bild daily, the woman had dual German-Tunisian nationality, was aged 24 and was accompanied by her cousin who also died.A cousin of the women, Ashraf Hendiri, told an AFP correspondent in Kasserine that he was also in the car and that the driver refused to stop, fearing the people by the road were "terrorists".
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