Bayoudh’s son transferred to military hospital after turning hysterical (Sofiene Selliti)
03/07/2016 15:21, TUNIS/Tunisia

(TAP) - The investigating judge ordered, on Saturday at a late hour, to transfer Mohammed Anwar Bayoudh to the psychiatry service at the military hospital after he went into a hysterical state after learning about the death of his father, the late doctor Colonel Major Fathi Bayoudh who was killed in Istanbul terrorist attack (June 28, 2016), Sofiene Selliti, Spokesman for the Public Prosecutor at the Court of First Instance in Tunis told TAP on Sunday.

Anwar Bayoudh is still under arrest, said Selliti, adding that the prosecution has issued a national and international arrest warrant against him and his partner as soon as they travelled to Syria on charges of belonging to a terrorist organisation.

It should be recalled that the son of the doctor and his girlfriend were arrested upon their arrival at the Tunis-Carthage international airport, Friday July 1 at a late hour and transferred to the National Anti-Terrorist Unit Aouina following a requisition from the judge.

The deceased doctor had been in Turkey for two months looking for his son who joined the terrorist organisation Daesh with his girlfriend before regretting this move, according to his mother.

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