Middle East

Jihadis claim murders in 2013 of Tunisia secularists

This still image grab taken off a video posted online on December 18, 2014 by al-Itisaam media foundation, one of ISIS' media arms, allegedly shows Abou Mouqatel (R) - an ISIS militant wanted by Tunisian authorities for murder whose real name is Abou Bakr al-Hakim - speaking next to fellow militants from an undisclosed location under the jihadi group's control and claiming the 2013 twin assassinations of Tunisian secular politicians, Chokri Belaid and Mohamed Brahmi. AFP PHOTO/HO/Al-Itisaam me

 

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