Tunis
Fatma is a manager at the Tunisian Telecom. She lost her young son Ahmed three months ago. "Ahmed was eating at home and watching the news at the television. When he heard that some terrorists were arrested. Suddenly he left the house to go with some of his friends at the place of the arrest. There were many people around the car where the terrorists were standing to be carried to the police station. Terrorists were not bounded and one of them had a gun. He opened fire against people who was around the vehicle. A bullet hit my son in the head. He was killed instantly. I won't give up until I find out who killed my son. I only want justice and a real change in the Tunisian system, or my son died for nothing." (image by Francesca Oggiano)
Tunis Fatma is a manager at the Tunisian Telecom. She lost her young son Ahmed three months ago. "Ahmed was eating at home and watching the news at the television. When he heard that some terrorists were arrested. Suddenly he left the house to go with some of his friends at the place of the arrest. There were many people around the car where the terrorists were standing to be carried to the police station. Terrorists were not bounded and one of them had a gun. He opened fire against people who was around the vehicle. A bullet hit my son in the head. He was killed instantly. I won't give up until I find out who killed my son. I only want justice and a real change in the Tunisian system, or my son died for nothing."
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