Two dead in army helicopter crash in Tunisia

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  • Monday, 03 Jan 2022

CAIRO (Reuters) - A Tunisian military helicopter crashed in the north of the country, killing the pilot and the co-pilot, the state news agency reported on Monday, citing the Ministry of National Defence.

The ministry had said earlier that the pilot was seriously injured. The helicopter was conducting a reconnaissance mission in Bizerte governorate.

(Reporting by Moataz Mohamed; Writing by Ahmad Elhamy; Editing by Kevin Liffey)

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