“Tunisia’s Prime Minister Habib Essid has said that 19 people were killed in the Tunis museum attack, including 17 tourists from Italy, Germany, Poland and Spain and Tunisians.
Two gunmen, who were wearing military fatigues, were also killed in the attack at the Bardo Museum, which shares its grounds with the country’s parliament buildings. Essid also reported 24 wounded and said that two or three gunmen involved in the attack may still be at large.
The casualties also include a Tunisian policeman and cleaning lady.
‘This is the work of cowards. We are have to join the efforts to fight terrorism. These wanted to harm,’ the country’s prime minister said. ‘It is a critical moment in our history, and a defining moment for our future.’
Parliament has been evacuated and the operation was reported to be over.”
(Via.) International Business Times