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.

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

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

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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