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Aftermath of the Tunis Museum Attack

Tunisia's prime minister fired five police commanders Monday in the wake of last week's terrorist assault in Tunis, on the country's national museum, that left 21 people dead, all but one of them foreign tourists.
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A police officer stands guard as tourists walk in Sidi Bou Said, a tourist destination, in Tunis, March 23, 2015.
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A police officer stands guard as tourists walk in Sidi Bou Said, a tourist destination, in Tunis, March 23, 2015.

Pallbearers carry a coffin during the funeral ceremony of Orazio Conte and Antonella Sesino, two of the four Italian tourists that were killed in Tunis' National Bardo Museum attack, in Turin, Italy, March 23, 2015.
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Pallbearers carry a coffin during the funeral ceremony of Orazio Conte and Antonella Sesino, two of the four Italian tourists that were killed in Tunis' National Bardo Museum attack, in Turin, Italy, March 23, 2015.

Men carry the coffin of Yassine al-Abidi, who gunned down 20 foreign tourists at Tunisia's Bardo Museum, in Tunis, March 22, 2015.
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Men carry the coffin of Yassine al-Abidi, who gunned down 20 foreign tourists at Tunisia's Bardo Museum, in Tunis, March 22, 2015.

At a protest in Tunisia, activists are defiant, saying terrorism will not change their way of life, Tunis, March 19, 2015. (Mohamed Krit/VOA)
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At a protest in Tunisia, activists are defiant, saying terrorism will not change their way of life, Tunis, March 19, 2015. (Mohamed Krit/VOA)

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