Fourth Sousa policeman dies
The funerals of three of the murdered policemen took place on Wednesday
Tripoli, 4 October:
A fourth policeman has died as a result of Wednesday’s attack on a security checkpoint at the western entrance to Sousa, 200 kilometres east of Benghazi.
Said Saleh Al-Sakrran died in Beida Hospital on Thursday evening. He had been shot three times.
His three colleagues, Wissam Ahmed Ben Omran, Majdi Saad Aljaali and Abdul-Wahab Mohamed Buqusisa, were killed in the attack. They were buried yesterday.
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