TUNIS (AFP) - A prominent figure in Tunisia’s Salafist movement, Mohammed Bakhti, died after going on hunger strike over his arrest for an attack on the US embassy, in the second such death this week, his lawyer said. “He died in hospital at around 2am,” said Abdelbasset Ben Mbarek, noting that his death followed that of another member of the hardline Islamist movement, Bechir Gholli, who died on Thursday also after refusing food for nearly two months. The lawyer had warned for several days that Bakhti, who was suffering from a brain haemorrhage, was in critical condition. The Islamist party Ennahda called for a “rapid and transparent probe” to determine “the circumstances of the arrests and detentions.