Thursday, March 19, 2015

Tunisia Museum attack

At least 19 people were killed in a deadly assault which happened in the Tunisia’s Capital on Wednesday in a museum.

The gunman, who wore military style uniforms, started fire at tourist people in National Bardo Museum

In assault attack two Tunisians, one a police officer and 17 tourists killed in an attack, they came from different places like Japan, Italy, Colombia, Australia, France, Poland and Spain, officials said. 

More than 40 people were wounded in the attack including both tourists and Tunisians, according to the officials.      

President Beji Caid Essebsi said the country was "in a war with terror". He added "We will resist them until the deepest end without mercy.” 

Prime Minister Habib Essid said: "It is a critical moment in our history, and a defining moment for our future." "Democracy will win and it will survive." 

Prime Minister Essid said that the attack was an unprecedented assault on the economy. 

The interior ministry soon covered the operation and all the hostages were freed. It is the first deadly assault on tourist place in Tunisia.   

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