Tunisian security forces secure area after gunmen attacked famed Bardo Museum
Tunis - Arab Today
Seventeen tourists were killed Wednesday when gunmen stormed the national museum in Tunis, Prime Minister Habib Essid said, revising downward an earlier figure of 20 in what he said was a definitive toll.
The dead included five Japanese, four Italians, two Colombians and one each from Australia, France, Poland and Spain, Essid said on national television.
The nationality of a 16th victim was not given, while the final one had not yet been identified.