TUNISIA: 7 ARRESTS OVER SOUSSE MASSACRE The men are suspected of belonging to a terrorist cell connected to Seifeddine Rezgui

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After the massacre in Tunisia, the second in a few months, 7 people were arrested by police allegedly from a network behind attacker Seifeddine Rezgui, the author of the attack against the resort of Sousse, which left 38 dead.

It was reported by a source close to the investigation. Among those arrested, who are currently being questioned by police, two were stopped just in Sousse, one in Tunis and another in Kasserine. As for the reconstruction of the events leading up to the attack, the Minister of Tourism of Tunisia has implied that the reason why Rezgui knew the area well and knew how to move could be linked to the fact that in the past he had worked as an entertainer in the area next to the Hotel Tiu Imperial.

Meanwhile, Algeria has deployed 25,000 of his soldiers along the border with Tunisia. It was reported by the Algerian press, which explained that these are stronger measures to prevent the infiltration of terrorists in the 965 km that separate the two North African countries.

Translation provided by Maria Rosaria Mastropaolo

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