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In Tunisia ISIS shares photo of bomber claimed to have bombed Presidential guard bus

At least 13 people were reported to have been killed with several injured after a bus transporting Presidential Guards exploded in front of a hotel.

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Suicide bomber, Abu Abdullah al-Tunisi, claimed to be behind Tunisian bombing, yesterday play

Suicide bomber, Abu Abdullah al-Tunisi, claimed to be behind Tunisian bombing, yesterday

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ISIS has reportedly released an image of the suicide bomber they claim launched the attack on the Tunisian presidential guard bus yesterday.

Read: 11 killed as bus conveying presidential guards explode, terror attack suspected

At least 13 people were reported to have been killed with several injured after a bus transporting Presidential Guards exploded in front of a hotel.

The picture was reportedly posted on Twitter by security analyst, Micheal Horowitz.

In a statement posted online today, the group said a militant it identified as, Abu Abdullah al-Tunisi, carried out the attack in the capital Tunis after infiltrating the bus.

The statement said:

"tyrants of Tunis will not have peace and we will not rest until the law of God governs in Tunis".

Read: Authorities says suicide bomber behind bus attack that killed 13

The bus that was attacked had been carrying members of Tunisia's presidential guard, and has now led the president declared a month-long state of emergency.

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