Tunisia: Isis claims responsibility for twin suicide blasts that killed 1 cop and wounded 8 others people in Tunis
The claim is yet to be confirmed by officials from the Tunisian government or security services.
Two separate attacks hit the country’s capital, Tunis, on Thursday morning.
In the first, a police patrol car was targeted near the French embassy at around 11am.
A police officer was killed and three civilians were wounded in the blast.
At the same time, a second suicide bomber struck one of the entrances of the headquarters to the government’s anti-terrorism brigade on the outskirts of the city.
Four police officers were wounded and heavily armed police cordoned off streets throughout the city.