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MIDEAST-CRISIS/TUNISIA
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November 21, 2014
Younger brother of Nidhal Selmi, a youth who was killed during during fighting in Syria, points at Nidhal...
Sousse, Tunisia
Younger brother of Nidhal Selmi, a youth who was killed during during fighting in Syria, points at Nidhal...
Younger brother of Nidhal Selmi, a youth who was killed during during fighting in Syria, points at Nidhal on a photo during an interview with Reuters in Sousse November 10, 2014. How Selmi, a middle-class footballer with a bright future whose family said had everything from a BMW car to the latest boots, fell into fighting an overseas war illustrates the complex draw of jihad on North Africa's youth. By government estimates, more than 3,000 Tunisian nationals have joined the Islamic State and other al Qaeda-linked groups in the civil war that has pulled in young men from Europe, Asia and Africa just like the Iraq and Afghanistan wars did before. Picture taken November 10. To match story MIDEAST-CRISIS/TUNISIA REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
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