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PHOTO GALLERY: 19 dead as Gunmen attack Tunisia's Bardo museum


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Police officers are seen on the pavement outside parliament in Tunis (Reuters)
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Police officers are seen on the pavement outside parliament in Tunis (Reuters)
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Police officers crouch on the pavement outside parliament in Tunis (Reuters)
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Police officers stand outside parliament in Tunis (Reuters)
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A victim is being evacuated by rescue workers outside the Bardo musum in Tunis (AP)
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Police officers are seen outside parliament in Tunis (Reuters)
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Police officers stand outside parliament in Tunis (Reuters)
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A victim is being evacuated by rescue workers outside the Bardo museum in Tunis (AP)
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Tourists and visitors from the Bardo museum are evacuated in Tunis (AP)
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Police officers are seen outside parliament in Tunis (Reuters)
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A member of security forces runs outside the Bardo museum in Tunis (AP)
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Police officers stand outside parliament in Tunis (Reuters)
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At least 19 people were killed, including 17 tourists, when gunmen attacked Tunisia's Bardo museum near the Tunisian Parliament buliding. The police stormed the museum and were able to free all hostages and ended the attack. 

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