4 youths arrested with 70 Molotov cocktails in Tunisia

Tunis-ALSHARQIYA   July 27: Tunisian security forces in Kasserine province arrested 4 young men between the ages of 17 and 25 in possession of 70 Molotov cocktails they intended to use to vandalize and burn public and private property.

 According to what was published by the Tunis Africa News Agency, the Public Prosecution opened investigations into the incident, and arrested the young men accused of trying to form a gang with the intention of assaulting property.

 The Tunisian President, Kais Saied, had issued a curfew, from seven in the evening to six in the morning, for a period of one month, with the exception of emergency medical cases, and those who work on night shifts.


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