Car bomb explodes in Tunis hours before secular politician's funeral
TUNIS (Reuters) - A bomb in a police car exploded on Saturday in the Tunisian capital of Tunis hours before the funeral of assassinated secular opposition political Mohamed Brahmi, a spokesman at the Interior Ministry said.
There were no casualties from the blast near a police station in the residential La Goulette district, Mohammad Ali Aroui said.
The Interior Ministry has accused hardline Islamists of Brahmi's murder.
(Reporting by Tarek Amara; Editing by Louise Ireland)
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