Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi denounced Monday's jihadist attacks on police and army posts near his country's border with Libya as "unprecedented" and coordinated assaults.
In statements broadcast on state television, Essebsi said the assault that killed 28 jihadists was "maybe aimed at controlling" the border region with Libya, and vowed to "exterminate these rats".
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