Tunisia beach massacre case set for next month

The first hearing in the Sousse terror attack case  is set for May 26 rather than April 28 as media reports said, Spokesperson for the Tunis Court of First Instance and Anti-Terror Judicial Pole Sofien Selliti said Saturday.

The investigating judge in charge of the case closed the inquiry last summer; there are 51 defendants, including 17 placed under arrest, 27 who remain at liberty and 7 others who are on the run, including Aboubakr Al-Hakim and Chamseddine Sendi.

The June 25, 2015 terror attack carried out by Seifeddine Rezgui at Imperial Marhaba hotel in El Kantaoui, Sousse, killed 39 people and injured 40, mostly foreign tourists.


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