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Tunisian held in US embassy attack dies in prison

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TUNIS, Tunisia (AP) — The lawyer for a militant detained for attacking the U.S. embassy in Tunisia says his client has died from a heart attack after a two month hunger strike protesting his innocence. Abdel-Basset Ben Mberek, the lawyer, said his client died Thursday after being transferred to a Tunis hospital when his condition declined. Bachir al-Gholi, 23 and father of a six-month-old...

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