GALLERY: Tunisia museum shooting

2015-03-19 11:22

  • Rescue workers evacuate a victim after gunmen opened fire at the Bardo museum in Tunisia's capital, in Tunis. (Ali Ben Salah, AP)
  • A Tunisian army helicopter flies over the Bardo museum in Tunis after gunmen opened fire at the Bardo museum in Tunisia's capital. (Ali Ben Salah, AP)
  • A victim arrives at the Charles Nicoles hospital in Tunis, Tunisia. Authorities say scores of people are dead after an attack on a major museum in the Tunisian capital, and some of the gunmen may have escaped. (Edel Ezine, AP)
  • A victim is being evacuated by rescue workers outside the Bardo museum in Tunis, Tunisia. (Hassene Dridi, AP)
  • A member of security forces runs outside the Bardo museum in Tunis, Tunisia after gunmen opened fire at the leading museum in Tunisia's capital. (Hassene Dridi, AP)
  • A member of the Tunisian special security forces jubilates after killing two gunmen who attacked Tunis' famed Bardo Museum. (Fethi Belaid, AFP)
  • Tourists and visitors from the Bardo museum are evacuated in Tunis, Tunisia. (Hassene Dridi, AP)
  • A Tunisian soldier stands guard outside the National Bardo Museum in Tunis. (Michel Euler, AP)
  • Tunisians set up a poster of Tunisian President President Beji Caid Essebsi at the entrance gate of the National Bardo Museum, Tunis, Tunisia. (Michel Euler, AP)
  • Tunisians light candles at the entrance gate of the National Bardo Museum where scores of people were killed after gunmen staged an attack. (Michel Euler, AP)
  • French writer Marek Halter (R), Tunisia's Foreign minister Taieb Baccouche (L) and Imam of the municipal Drancy mosque in Seine-Saint-Denis, Hassen Chalghoumi (back,L) walk as they hold a white rose in front of the Tunisian embassy in Paris where people gathered in solidarity with victims of the Tunis' museum attack. (Francois Guillot, AFP)

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