The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for Tuesday's bombing of a bus carrying members of Tunisia's elite presidential guard that killed at least 12 people.
In a statement posted on social media Wednesday, the Islamic State group said a militant it named as Abu Abdullah al-Tunisi carried out the attack, infiltrating the bus and killing "almost 20 apostates."
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