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Tunisian court sentences nine to death for killing army official: State media

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A Tunisian court specialized in terrorism sentenced nine defendants to death in the case of killing Said Ghozlani, a first sergeant in the Tunisian national army, the state news agency TAP reported on Friday.

At least 15 others were ordered imprisonment from 32 to 44 years.

A group of terrorists shot Ghozlani dead in November 2016 at his residence.

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