Thursday, March 16, 2017

Female Terrorist Cell Dismantled in Tunisia
March 16, 2017

TUNIS/MAIDUGURI. – The Tunisian Ministry of the Interior announced yesterday that the national guard dismantled a female only terrorist cell composed of six young women in Al Mnihla in north eastern of Tunisia. According to the Ministry of the Interior, the six suspects are aged between 21 and 23 years. The national guard raided the houses of suspects and found takfiri books and CDs containing extremist ideas, as well as a Daech flag, said the ministry in a statement.

One of them is a wife of an arrested terrorist.

Those women adopting Daesh (ISIS) ideology were in relationships with jihadists inside and outside the country, added the statement.

Meanwhile, four teenage girls have struck Nigeria’s north-eastern town of Maiduguri in the Borno State yesterday morning killing two people in a residential area.

16 people were injured in the bomb attack and are receiving treatment, according to the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA).

“Rescue and health workers had immediately moved to scene after the alert. The victims have been transported to the state specialist hospital and university teaching hospital in Maiduguri,” spokesperson of NEMA in the area, Abdulkadir Ibrahim confirmed to local media.

– Xinhua/Africa News.

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