A member of the Tunisian special forces stands guard outside a house containing the body of a man after security forces said they killed a "terrorist" on March 21, 2016 on the outskirts the southern border town of Ben Guerdane. / AFP / FATHI NASRI
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Tunisia's security forces have killed a "terrorist" outside the southern border town of Ben Guerdane where extremists mounted a deadly assault earlier this month, authorities said Monday.Ten members of the security forces and one civilian were wounded in the fighting, a Ben Guerdane hospital official said.The army and security forces have deployed around Ben Guerdane since extremists launched a dawn assault on security installations in the area on March 7, killing 13 members of the security forces and seven civilians. Tunisian authorities said two "terrorists" were killed Saturday in the same area.
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