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TUNIS, June 27. /TASS/. A Russian citizen got injured in the terror attack in Tunisia's resort Sousse, press attache of the Russian embassy, Sergei Filipov told TASS on Saturday.
"During the terror attack in Sousse in Tunisia, a citizen of Russia, Yekaterina Khomenko born in Moscow in 1984, got a light injury of the shoulder," the diplomat said, adding she was visiting Tunisia together with her mother. "Both women were guests at the Royal Imperial Marhaba Hotel, where the terror attack was."
The woman’s state is stable and satisfactory now, he said.